The Trump administration is building its White House Spanish-language website and it is a "priority" to get the site back online, White House press secretary Sean Spicer said Monday.
Spicer was asked during his first White House press briefing about the recent closing of the White House's Spanish-language social media accounts since Trump's inauguration.
Spicer said, "we've got the IT folks working overtime" to get the website back online, along with issue areas on WhiteHouse.gov.
Many of the pages on the White House's website were taken down Friday, shortly after Donald Trump's inauguration as president, including pages on LGBTQ rights, climate change and the Affordable Care Act.
The Office of Management and Budget page also was down.
However, those pages are still accessible online. Anything that was at WhiteHouse.gov under the Obama administration has been moved to ObamaWhiteHouse.gov. The plan to do so was announced earlier in the week.
Everything on the archived version of the Obama White House page is marked as "historical material" that's "frozen in time."