After a long weekend, the White Star Line and the White Senate blog were gone.
The blog posts, as well as an array of other White House posts, were all deleted on Monday.
The White House, for its part, is blaming the blog posts on a temporary posting system it implemented after the election.
“We do not have any evidence that the blog posting system was compromised,” the White house said in a statement, but noted that it is not unusual for such systems to be compromised, particularly if they are shared with other departments.
“In the event that such an issue does arise, we will take steps to ensure that it does not occur again,” it said.
The posts, which were posted between January 23 and January 29, included a lengthy article by Rep. Steve King (R-IA) on immigration, and an article by a former Trump administration official, Matt Miller, on a former National Security Advisor.
The former official was identified in a tweet as Stephen Miller, who was previously Trump’s chief of staff.
The Trump White House did not immediately respond to a request for comment.