Supporters of former President Donald Trump will no longer be receiving updates from the Republican via his blog “From the Desk of Donald J. Trump” amid his ban from major social media platforms like Twitter and Facebook.

On Wednesday, Jason Miller, Trump’s senior aide, told CNBC the blog “will not be returning.”

“It was just auxiliary to the broader efforts we have and are working on,” Miller said in a statement.

Prior to shutting down the blog, Trump boasted about the viewership and slammed social media companies that banned him from using its platform following the Jan. 6 Capitol riot.

In a post from May, Trump claimed traffic on his blog “would be even greater if we were still on Twitter and Facebook, but since Big Tech has illegally banned me, tens of millions of our supporters have stopped using these platforms because they’ve become ‘boring’ and nasty.”

However, he did not cite any sources for where he received this data about the number of social media users who left Twitter and Facebook after he was banned from the platforms. 

The end of Trump’s blog comes one month after it was launched featuring an action-movie-themed trailer to tease its debut to supporters. “In a time of silence and lies, a beacon of freedom arises,” the blog teased.

However, it failed to gain the same amount of support Trump experienced on Twitter, which would often see his posts retweeted by hundreds of thousands of users.

On the last day that the blog was live, the site only received 1,500 shares or comments on Twitter and Facebook. Those close to Trump suspect he will launch another platform to reach out to his supporters, but the timeline regarding his next move remains unclear.

Miller confirmed that the end of Trump’s blog was a “precursor” to the former president reaching out to his supporters through “another social media platform.”

The former president's blog -- "From the Desk of Donald J. Trump" -- was canned after being launched only a month ago The former president's blog -- "From the Desk of Donald J. Trump" -- was canned after being launched only a month ago Photo: AFP / ANDREW CABALLERO-REYNOLDS