Directly after the inauguration, the White House website changed right along with the presidency. One of the most noticeable differences? The absence of the Spanish-language site.
Additionally, there have not been any updates from La Casa Blanca's Twitter account.
According to Latino Rebels, the White House site has included a Spanish companion since George W. Bush's administration.
In a press conference held on Monday, White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer addressed the removed translated site, which acted as a significant resource for the 52 million Spanish-speakers in the country.
"We hit the ground running on Day One," he said, according to The Washington Post. "There was a lot of work to do, and we had done a lot of work on the website to make sure that we were prepared to get as much information up as fast as possible. We are continuing to build the website both in the issues area and in that area. But we've got the IT folks working overtime to continue to get all of that up to speed. Trust me, it's going to take a little bit more time, but we're working piece to piece to get that done."
Fingers crossed for some sort of inclusivity from this administration, and most importantly, no #AltFacts.