White House Deletes Spanish Content From Its Website


Within hours of President Trump being inaugurated on Friday, the White House made several changes to its website, including scrubbing all Spanish content.

Now when users try to access the Spanish section of the website, it reads:

“Sorry, the page you’re looking for cannot be found.”
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The Spanish version of the White House website and Hispanic Community blog were created shortly after Barack Obama took office in 2009 and remained active until Jan. 20.

Most of the Spanish content can still be accessed at ObamaWhiteHouse.gov, an archive of Obama’s former resources during his presidency.

Fox News reports that Trump shut down “other communication resources in Spanish such as @LaCasaBlanca account on Twitter and La Casa Blanca Facebook page.”


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