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A Twitter employee deactivated Donald Trump's account. Pictured: Trump speaks during a campaign rally at the American Airlines Center on Sept. 14, 2015 in Dallas. Getty Images/Tom Pennington

Donald Trump's Twitter was deactivated temporarily due to a simple mistake.

On Thursday, it was discovered that the president's Twitter account had been taken down from the social media site, his page only showing a blue screen with the message: "Sorry, that page doesn't exist," E! News reported.

Fortunately, Twitter quickly reinstated the POTUS' account shortly after. The social media site then released a statement explaining why Trump's page had been deactivated.

"Earlier today @realdonaldtrump's account was inadvertently deactivated due to human error by a Twitter employee," the tweet read. "The account was down for 11 minutes, and has since been restored. We are continuing to investigate and are taking steps to prervent this from happening again."

In another tweet, Twitter Government explained that a Twitter customer support employee took down Trump's page on his last day in the company. It seemed that the rogue employee took it as an opportunity to boot Trump from the site. At the moment, they are conducting a full internal review of the incident.

Meanwhile, a number of Twitter users seemed to have been happy with the deactivation of Trump's Twitter account. In fact, some wanted it to be permanent and were grateful to the employee who did it.

"Do it again," one person commented on Twitter Government's post.

Another user seemed to support what the employee did and even wanted him to receive a bonus. "Please don't... And give that employee a raise," user Burt McGirt wrote.

"Please take steps to make it permanent," one user said.

"Seriously, we're all okay with it. SERIOUSLY," another one commented.

Despite some users pushing for the continued deactivation of his account, Trump is now back on Twitter. In fact, in his recent tweet, he announced that he will have an interview on Fox News with Laura Ingraham.

Trump's supporters were happy that his account was restored and showed their support by promising to watch the interview. "Looking forward to @IngrahamAngle interviewing President Trump! Two great Patriots," one follower commented.

Meanwhile, some were not excited about the interview and stressed that they will be watching another show instead. "I'll be watching Lawrence O'Donnell.... I prefer nonfiction," one user commented.

"You couldn't pay me enough money to watch that thing," another one wrote.

"Bummer!! I just read that your account had been shut down due to 'human error'. Wanted to see if reactivated. Gitmo for that error person!" Stefani wrote.

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