Since the comments line has been shut down, Anonymous has a list of numbers directly to staff – until they’re changed which will probably be shortly.
Once upon a time, if you had a problem with something the President was doing, you could call up the White House’s public comments line and complain to a staffer about it. Whether or not that grievance got heard is up for debate, but at least you could try. Of course, President Trump doesn’t want to hear your SAD LOSER WHINING, so that public comments line got shut down, and folks with problems are urged to send messages through Facebook Messenger or certain to disappear into the ether. As an alternative, an anonymous group of concerned citizens have compiled a resource full of White House phone numbers, so you can flood Team Trump with all of your outraged feedback., where they are
The resource, cheekily dubbed “White House Comment Line,” was aggregated by an anonymous group who wanted to make sure the public could still send a message to the White House. “Open communication is the foundation of a good, functioning democracy,” a spokesperson for the group told Gothamist in a statement. “But it’s a two-way street. Right now there’s ‘information’ coming out of the White House to the people, but not much the other way around. They may have shut down the comment line, but we the people still have comments. In light of that, we wanted to create one way for the people to be heard.”