The Trump Organization has been tracking all packages from the U.S. Postal Service to the president’s family since the Trump family moved to the White House in February 2020.
The Trump Organization announced last week that it was monitoring packages from FedEx and UPS to the Trumps and their children, according to a report in The Hill.
The Washington Post first reported the Trump tracking program in June, and a former Trump Organization official told The Post the Trumplighters have been tracking packages for months.
The Trumples have been the first family to be tracked by the Trump administration since President Donald Trump’s inauguration.
The president has been a regular user of the USPS tracking system, which includes the tracking number and tracking number plus an expiration date.
The tracking number is the number on the outside of an envelope that indicates the delivery date.
In the past, the tracking numbers were only available to those who ordered through the Trumper website.
When President Donald Trumps son Eric moved into the Whitehouse, he began using the Trumer Tracker to track packages.
“It’s like a mini-postcard,” a former Trumper told The Hill in February.
“It’s a way for the family to say, ‘Thank you, President Trump, for bringing us the gifts we need.'”