About Vets for Trump

Vets for Trump National welcomes all Veterans, Family and Friends that support President Donald J. Trump. You can Contact us if you would like to be a Blog contributor. All Blog Posts are shared on our Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn social media pages.  We encourage you to share Posts as they are published.

We do not place much emphasis on Social Media. We were temporarily blocked from Twitter just before the 2018 Primary even though we had done nothing wrong. Our appeal was totally ignored by Twitter. We believe the same thing is possible with Facebook and want people to focus on our website which is in our control. We will continue to share on Social Media sites but it will NEVER become the main source for us.

Are you looking for our previous website? Click here to be taken to our Archived Site. There is a link there to return to this website.

Vets for Trump Website Timeline

March 2016 Tony Porta appeared on the Hannity show with then-candidate Donald Trump. It was at that time the term “Vets for Trump” got a huge national boost.

April 2016 I purchase the domain name Vets-For-Trump.com because all other domains without hyphens were purchased. I invite veterans for Trump to join us by contacting them on their Social Media pages. I get one response from Joshua Macias. Joshua was from the Virginia Beach area. Josh introduced me to some of his contacts. I continue to post articles and start listing events Joshua sends.

July 2016 I receive an email from GOPVets at RNC Headquarters in Washington D.C. inviting me to a grassroots meeting. I attend the meeting. There are about 20 people including 3 from the Trump Campaign, Bikers for Trump, Citizens for Trump and some fellow veterans including Tony Porta as well as representatives from the RNC.

Tony Porta had postponed an operation to attend the RNC meeting. Afterward Tony got his operation but almost died and was unable to continue as our National Spokesman. At that point, it was up to me (Mike Kelly) and Joshua to be the point men on the national level.

With only 3 months to election day, I realized it would have to be a purely Psychological Operation. Coming from a PsyOps unit but not involved directly in that aspect of the unit I was able to pull a few things off. We used our allies in the Social Media world to help spread the word. We soon became number 1 on Google for any search on Veterans or Vets for Trump. I authored well over 250 posts supporting candidate Trump, pointing out the flaws of Hillary Clinton and doing interviews along with Joshua. We also had about 60 articles presented by various contributors. These articles were syndicated throughout the social media world giving us a larger than life presence in the public eye.

During our time we only had 126 volunteers register. Of those 126 I was only able to communicate with a handful, mainly those who reached out to me after registering. If you are a registered member and we have never talked on the phone feel free to use the Contact form and let me know a good day and time.

We are keeping this website active until we see if President Trump will put himself and his family through a second term. I never intended to become the de facto leader of Vets for Trump but will do the best I can with the time I can devote.

PS When Candidate Trump became President Trump we changed the logo to indicate Victory. Hope you like the change.

Mike Kelly
USAF Retired
Webmaster and Author