Donald Trump’s communications platform has been permanently shut down, said his spokesperson.
“It was just auxiliary to the broader efforts we have and are working on,” said senior aide Jason Miller.
The platform, titled From the Desk of Donald Trump, launched last month and served as a way for the former president to publish his own content, including press releases and videos.
Trump was banned from Facebook and Twitter after the Capitol Hill riots.
The platform had a section on the former President’s official website, but it has since been removed. Miller confirmed via Twitter that it is a precursor to Trump’s return social media, although it is unclear when or how.
The website – which was often referred to as a blog – had a rolling feed of Trump’s various posts and gave visitors the option to “like” the post and share it to Facebook and Twitter.
The link of the website now directs visitors to a page encouraging them ti sign up for alerts from Donald Trumps.
In March, Miller said he thinks “we’re going to see President Trump returning to social media in probably about two or th