As soon as President Donald Trump was sworn in Friday, the White House website had major changes -- One of them was getting rid of the health care page.

The site was taken down with a notice saying the page “could not be found.” However, when the site loads it features an image of Trump with Vice President Mike Pence, along with the option to sign up for email updates.

White House health care page deleted White House health care page deleted. Photo: Screenshot by Denisse Moreno

White House health care page deleted White House health care page deleted Photo: Screenshot by Denisse Moreno

The health care page that was wiped out had details on the Affordable Care Act, also known as Obamacare, a blog on the issue and other information.

Google still has a cache of the health care page that was taken down:

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Trump Administration Deletes More Pages

The page with information on climate change was also taken down Friday and was replaced with a page dedicated to “America First Energy Plan.” The new White House site also took down the page on immigration, which is surprising since Trump strongly targeted immigrants and promised to build a wall throughout his campaign. Pages for LGBT rights and civil rights were also deleted.

Health care was not included among issues the Trump administration will focus on. The issues listed on the White House site under Trump’s administration are: “America First Energy Plan,” “America First Foreign Policy,” “Bringing Back Jobs And Growth,” “Making Our Military Strong Again,” “Standing Up For Our Law Enforcement Community” and “Trade Deals Working For All Americans.”

This is how Whitehouse.gov looks like now. 

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Throughout his campaign, Trump strongly criticized the Affordable Care Act and promised to “repeal and replace” Obamacare.

On Jan. 12 the senate passed a budget resolution that would start the process of repealing the Affordable Care Act. A week later, a number of Republican governors Thursday urged congress not to abandon funding health benefits for lower-income Americans. The governors also warned the Republican-majority congress against repealing the ACA without a replacement, fearing it would leave millions without health insurance.