Trump White House Takes Down Native Americans Web Page from Website
Published January 20, 2017
WASHINGTON – Change is inevitable when a presidential administration occurs. Within hours of the presidential transition, the White House, now under the control of President Donald Trump, took down the Native Americans web page that was part of the Obama White House website for the past eight years.
Also gone from the Trump White House website are web pages on civil rights, people with disabilities and climate change.
New to the White House website is First Lady Melania Trump biography. It is normal to add the new First Lady’s biography to the White House website when a presidential transition occurs. What is not generally done though is promoting a First Lady’s product, as is now the case. The new web page mentions her jewelry line sold on QVC.
“Melania is also a successful entrepreneur. In April 2010, Melania Trump launched her own jewelry collection, ‘Melania™ Timepieces & Jewelry,’ on QVC,” the Trump White House website reads.
Updated: After the media reported on Mrs. Trump’s jewelry line on QVC, it was removed by the White House.