Donald Trump’s spokesman announced the removal of his personal blog from the ex-president’s website.
The page on which the politician posted his statements to supporters after the blocking of his personal accounts on social networks was removed from the website of former U.S. President Donald Trump.
The “From Donald Trump’s Desktop” section lasted less than a month and “will not be restored,” former president’s spokesman Jason Miller said, CNBC reports.
The aide said the deleted page was “just an auxiliary tool to the broader effort we’re currently undertaking.”
Asked if Donald Trump’s account would appear on any new social networking site, the aide added:
In fact, there really is. Stay tuned for more updates!
Earlier, the social networks Instagram, Twitter, Facebook, Youtube, Twitch froze Donald Trump’s pages after his allegations of U.S. election fraud and appeals to protesters during the January 6 riots in Washington, D.C., when they stormed the Capitol. Trump then called the protesters patriots.