Trump’s travel advisory to the U.S. has been removed from the White House website and is no longer being distributed to the president’s team.
The advisory has been pulled from the website due to a problem with a new system developed by the Trump administration.
Trump has been using a system called the “White House Insider Threat Scorecard” since February, according to a tweet from a Twitter spokesperson.
The White House Insider Scorecard allows a company to monitor how Trump’s decisions affect their business.
The Scorecard was initially created for the purpose of allowing companies to track Trump’s threats and make decisions about how to respond to them.
Trump’s tweets about North Korea have caused some concern that companies might not have been able to use the system in the event of a terrorist attack.
The Trump administration did not immediately respond to a request for comment.
President Donald Trump’s administration released a travel advisory for Tuesday night, which included a number of restrictions for international travelers.
Trump was not in attendance for the advisory, which was posted on his personal account, but his tweets have caused the advisory to be removed from his account.
The administration has been working on the Whitehouse Insider Threat Card system since February.
The system is a tool that allows businesses to monitor what the White Houses tweets are about, according a spokesperson for the Trump Administration.
The White House has also created a separate system for business owners to share and track their threats with the WhiteHouse Insider Threat Team.