Trump is officially off the job.
He’s officially off Twitter.
Trump is officially not running for president.
In short, he’s gone.
Trump’s Twitter account, @RealDonaldTrump, has been suspended, according to Twitter, and the White House has removed all references to the president on its official website.
The president’s tweets on Friday afternoon were the first to be removed from Twitter.
On Friday afternoon, Trump tweeted: @realdonaldtrump @realdotus @realDonaldTrump @reid_lachlan @mike_jones I can finally say farewell to my Twitter account.
I will not be tweeting from my personal account for the next 2 weeks.
Thank you for all the support.
pic.twitter.com/yF4mQw0pKJ — Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) March 15, 2021The White House issued a statement to CNN’s Jake Tapper saying the president’s account was suspended for the day.
“The President has suspended his personal account,” the White Trump told CNN.
“The account was set up to be public and will be fully restored in due time.”
Trump tweeted on Friday morning: I have a great tweet for you, @realspace.
I can finally go to sleep at night.
On Friday morning, he tweeted: @RealDonaldTrump @RealTrump @realDonaldTrump Thanks for all your support!
The Trump account, which was suspended shortly after the inauguration, has since been restored.
On Saturday, Trump’s personal Twitter account was reinstated.
The president has a private Twitter account that was suspended after he took office.
After Trump was sworn in, he used a private account to tweet and post on his private account.
There was no public sign of the account in its entirety.
The account was later restored.
Trump has also tweeted numerous times on his personal Twitter page, which is available to his followers.
As of Monday morning, the @RealGOP Twitter account had been suspended.
Trump tweeted Friday morning about his day off Twitter, saying: @realtorJoe’s chocolate has been sold out.
It was supposed to be sold out the day of the election.
Today, it sold out all the way to midnight.
Thats a total disaster.
Thank you to everyone for the great support, the love, and support for the @realDonaldTrump account.
The @RealRepublican account has been reinstated.
President Donald Trump speaks with the media following his address to a joint session of Congress at the Capitol in Washington, D.C., March 17, 2021.
(Photo by Mark Wilson/Getty Images)On Friday, the president tweeted that the chocolate he was selling on the Trump Twitter account would be available again Monday.
That was his final tweet about the account.
Trump also tweeted a statement from his personal website, which does not include a link to the account on his official website: “The @RealGDPTrump account has officially been suspended for today, effective immediately.
Please keep an eye on the @realDonaldTrump account for updates.
The #RealTrump account was never authorized to tweet.
Thank @RealDHS for the fantastic support and friendship of this fantastic American.
To all the wonderful people that support the @realdonaldtrump account, I thank you from the bottom of my heart.”
Read more:Donald Trump announces he is retiring as president, but won’t be running for reelection’On Friday night, Trump posted a video on his Instagram account that showed him sitting at his desk and eating a chocolate chip cookie.
Donald Trump’s tweet about his decision to step down from Twitter, which has been the subject of a daily barrage of criticism, is shown in this Instagram video posted by @RealDeplorables on Friday, March 15.
But the video does not offer any explanation as to why Trump decided to step away from the social media platform.
The White Trump had tweeted earlier Friday afternoon that the “Trump Chocolate” would not be available for sale on his Twitter account for 24 hours.
Twitter announced that it would be shutting down its official account after Trump tweeted his video and announced he was ending his presidential bid.
According to a Twitter spokesman, Trump announced on Thursday that he would no longer run for president in 2020.
While Trump was the first sitting president to formally declare his retirement, he had previously announced his retirement as early as March 2016.
Trump had previously said he would not run for reelection in 2020, but the Trump transition team did not immediately say whether Trump had been officially announced as the president-elect.
On Sunday, Trump, in a tweet posted to his personal Facebook page, said he was leaving politics.
Trump is not the only president who has opted out of Twitter’s platform.
Former President Barack Obama also announced his withdrawal from the platform, but it has not been clear if he will still be using it.