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The Trump administration has yet to respond to any petitions that have exceeded 100,000 signatures, which necessitate a response from the federal government.
Trump officials told the AP that the administration will begin responding to the petitions once the new website is live.
Several of the petitions that have reached that threshold are highly critical of President Trump, including calls for him to release his tax returns, for him to divide or put all of his assets in a blind trust, and for him to resign.
Thank you for your interest in Petitions.WhiteHouse.gov. To improve this site's performance, the platform is currently down for maintenance and will return in late January.
All existing petitions and associated signatures have been preserved and will be available when the site is relaunched. Following the site's relaunch, petitions that have reached the required number of signatures will begin receiving responses.
originally posted by: CulturalResilience
a reply to: Sillyolme
If I had wanted to be pedantic I would have made it obvious by not starting the post with the word "Respectfully"
I guess the r̶e̶g̶i̶m̶e̶ administration didn't like any of the petitions that had been submitted.