The section in this language disappeared in the mandate of Donald Trump and returns with the arrival of Joe Biden
The White House has recovered Spanish on its website with the arrival of Joe Biden to the United States Presidency and after he disappeared during the four-year term of his predecessor, Donald Trump.
Specifically, the Spanish section of the website was deactivated in 2017 and, although Trump’s first press secretary, Sean Spicer, said that the page would be restored, it was ultimately not carried out. However, the Spanish account of the White House on Twitter remained active during this period.
The lack of a space in Spanish on the White House website highlighted the anti-immigration policy of the former president, who on several occasions pointed out that in the United States “English is spoken, not Spanish,” reports CNN.
In this way, the Spanish has returned to the web shortly after the ceremony of the inauguration of Biden as 46 American president, an appointment in which the artist of Puerto Rican descent, Jennifer López, performed.
“A nation under God, indivisible, with freedom and justice for all,” claimed the singer, including the Spanish in the interpretation of her song ‘This land is your land’.