The White House launched its first website twenty years ago, creating new ways for Americans to find information about and interact with the President and the Executive Branch. When was the first White House website launched? The first White House website went live under the Clinton administration 20 years ago in 1994, the same year we were born. As interns in the White House Office of Digital Strategy and children of the 90s, we grew up alongside the several updated versions of the White House website. In a way, we’ve shared our awkward teenage years with the site — including our transition from clip art to emoji, VHS to YouTube videos, and full sentences to 140 characters. read more

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Throwback Thursday: A Look Back at the White House Website 20 Years Ago