Maybe, a former U.S. ambassador to UAE is right when she opines that Trump is expected to tone down his anti-Muslim rhetoric, and Trump's team is making sure that the statement is buried - at least on his campaign website.
In an appearance on CNBC on Thursday, Saudi Prince Al-Waleed bin Talal praised Trump for removing the Muslim ban proposal from his website and also said Trump had deleted statements offensive to Muslims from his Twitter account.
You may remember that back in December, Trump called for a ban on all Muslims trying to enter the country.
The links had instead sent visitors to a donations page.
It's also worth mentioning that Trump's policy page on immigration makes no mention of his much-vaunted Muslim ban. "It is now being addressed and will be fixed shortly".
Several tweets attacking Muslims that Mr Trump sent while campaigning for president remained in his feed on Thursday, however, including a March 22nd tweet in which Trump wrote: "Incompetent Hillary, despite the terrible attack in Brussels today, wants borders to be weak and open - and let the Muslims flow in".
A day after winning a closely contested election, a particular controversial anti-Muslim statement has mysteriously disappeared from Donald Trump's website.
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Trump made the commitment during a phone call with South Korean President Park Geun-hye on Thursday. Consider it a North Korean welcoming for the next U.S. president.
The press release that stated the proposal was published disappeared from the website less than a day after Donald Trump was announced as the next president elect, now it seems the document is back on the website.
"The results is as surprising for me as it is for the most Americans, both Clinton as well as Trump's supporters", said Ana Shan, a housewife, who lives in Fairfax county of State of Virginia, who was referring to all pre-election polls which had put Clinton ahead of Trump. If they're good policies we're going to commend him for it.
The Trump campaign could not be immediately contacted by Independent.
The removal prompted new questions about one of Trump's most controversial promises.
It was not the first time the Trump campaign has made unexplained changes to its site.
"Trump rose to power with an Islamophobic campaign and Islamophobia now will become his official policy".