The White House no longer informs the public about President Donald Trump's calls to foreign leaders who break with long-standing practice, it was reported.
Until recently, the administration has made short "selections" of calls between Trump and other world leaders.
However, it seems that the practice is now coming to an end, CNN reported Tuesday.
It is unclear whether the pause will be permanent on public notifications of calls with world leaders.
Since June 16, when Trump called Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban to congratulate him on his re-election, the White House seems not to have summed up a phone call with a world leader.
"President Donald J. Trump spoke with Prime Minister Viktor Orban of Hungary today to congratulate him on forming his new government," the newspaper said.
"Both leaders agreed on the need for strong national borders and reflected on the successful summit of the President with Chairman Kim Jong-Un North Korea, "It went on to add:" The two leaders further pledged to keep relations between the United States and Hungary strong. "
Earlier ads had followed a similar format.
The statement released by the Hungarian government a day after the telephone call provided some more information about the conversation between the two world leaders, explaining that Trump and Orban had "talked about the importance of border defense" and had "agreed" that one country that can not defend its own border, no land at all can remain.
The statement stated that Trump had encouraged Orban to "vigorously defend the southern border of Hungary."
While the Trump administration's reports do not provide a complete picture of the President's calls to world leaders, at least, the summaries have served to inform the public about the President's talks with the leaders of the world.
Now, the public will probably have to rely on media reports and summaries from other governments.
Trump has been with them since the call Orban held at least two talks with other leaders of the world, including talks with Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.
In both cases, the White House confirmed that the calls took place after being reported by foreign media
President and Director of the Rechtssc Saving funds from NAACP, Sherril Ifill, commented on the decision and absence of diplomats at Trump's private conference with Russian President Vladimir Putin last week in Helsinki, accusing Trump of "privatizing" the presidency. No White House records Calling with foreign leaders 2 hours w / Putin w / no one else in attendance No press conferences Two days a week in his private club No tax returns Close family members as senior counselors. Trump has successfully privatized the presidency https://t.co/nuTLp7WDSd
– Sherrilyn Ifill (@Sifill_LDF) July 25, 2018
"No White House records. No calls from foreign leaders. Two hours with Putin, with no one else present, "Ifil wrote on Twitter.
" No press conferences. Two days a week in his private club. No tax declaration. Close family members as a senior advisor. Trump has successfully privatized the presidency, "she said.
The White House has not responded to a request for comment from Newsweek whether the decision to pause summaries of telephone conversations with world leaders is a permanent one
However, Hill has reported that the ads are still "developing", suggesting that the break in their delivery may be temporary.