Nearly a month after it was first announced, former President Donald Trump has shuttered a section on his website that he used to post statements after being banned from major social media platforms like Twitter and Facebook, Trump senior aide Jason Miller confirmed to ABC News.
From the Desk of Donald J Trump had a section on the former president's official website, but it has now been removed.
Miller told CNBC that the blog had been "just auxiliary" to broader efforts at rebuilding Trump's social media presence, though he said he did "not have a precise awareness of timing" on those plans.
The Trump website itself described the blog's appearance in even grander terms, calling it "a beacon of freedom" in a "time of silence and lies".
The link to the website now directs visitors to a page encouraging them to sign up for alerts from Donald Trump.
Later, Miller responded to a question on Twitter about whether the blog was a "precursor" to Trump joining another social media platform.
The former president's page on DonaldTrump.com - called "From the Desk of Donald Trump" - launched in May and was created to communicate with his supporters.
Mr Trump was an enthusiastic tweeter, often posting throughout the day - and sometimes at night - about an array of topics, including the 2020 election, coronavirus and what he called "fake news" to his almost 90 million followers.
YouTube has said it will reactivate Mr Trump's account when the threat of "real-world violence" reduces.