If you’ve ever wanted to watch almost every TV appearance made by Donald Trump over the last eight years, then the Internet Archive has you covered. Its searchable repository, which is unsurprisingly called the Trump Archive, contains debates, speeches, rallies, and other broadcasts related to the President-elect.
The collection includes more than 520 hours of footage taken from over 700 clips, the earliest of which comes from December 2009. Sources include media outlets, videos of Trump’s appearances, and even from his own website.
All of Trump’s recorded statements, which cover topics such as immigration, Clinton, Mexican walls, and Muslim registries, have been fact-checked by PolitiFact, FactChecker.org, and the Washington Post’s Fact Checker.
“Reporters, researchers, Wikipedians, and the general public are invited to quote, compare and contrast televised statements made by Trump,” said Nancy Watzman from Internet Archive.
The project is still a work in progress, with plans for future expansion and a more efficient search function. Users are free to point out anything they feel may be missing, and can use the clips in articles and videos, as well as creating their own supercuts.
“While we’ve largely hand-curated this collection, we hope to collaborate with researchers to apply machine intelligence to expand this collection, building others and making search of our entire TV library vastly more efficient,” added Watzman.
The San Francisco-based non-profit organization has been recording snapshots from the world wide web since 1996. Nostalgia fans can explore the 279 billion+ websites saved over the years using the Internet Archive’s Wayback Machine.
Fearing that a Trump presidency could bring tighter internet restrictions and possible government censorship, the Internet Archive recently announced its intention to safeguard its digital collection by creating a copy in Canada.