Trump still wants to launch some other platform - timing not yet determined - and didn't like that this first attempt was being mocked as a loser, according to a Trump adviser who spoke on the condition of anonymity to talk frankly about the former president's plans.
The website - which was often referred to as a blog - had a rolling feed of Mr Trump's various posts and gave visitors the option to "like" the post and share it to Facebook and Twitter. When it then launched in early May, everyone with eyes could see that it was just a lamely formatted blog and was unlikely to provide him with the satisfaction he once enjoyed as King of Right Wing Twitter.
Ahead of the blog's May release, Miller tweeted, "President Trump's website is a great resource to find his latest statements and highlights from his first term in office, but this is not a new social media platform".
Now it is apparent that Trump's efforts to reengage online with followers have fallen flat, with The Washington Post reporting that social engagement around Trump - online comments and reactions about him - has plunged 95% since January, to its lowest level since 2016, when he won the presidency.
All of Mr Trump's children are under federal protection until July, following a directive issued by the former president in his final days in office, extending the added security.
That had to cause some Trump rage.
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Toronto is among the units that feel prepared to reopen schools, Medical Officer of Health Dr. He added, "I don't want to rush this, if it takes a couple of extra days so be it".
Trump's comments to right-wing media outlets in recent weeks have played directly into the false belief among some of his supporters that he will be reinstated as president in the coming months.
Trump himself tried to downplay the role of the blog.
"It is merely a way of communicating until I decide on what the future will be for the choice or establishment of a platform".
Facebook's Oversight Board recently upheld the platform's decision but ordered Facebook to review it again within six months.
In March, Miller said the new Trump social media platform would be revealed within three months and draw "tens of millions of people" to become "the hottest ticket" in social media.
And today, Miller was on Twitter himself trying to spin this shutdown as a positive, retweeting another conservative mouthpiece's suggestion that this is a precursor to Trump joining another platform.