Social media accounts now visible and accessible on platforms but president still can’t post.

A Facebook official denied reports Wednesday that President Donald Trump’s Facebook and Instagram accounts were restored.

On Wednesday, Twitter was flooded with media reports claiming the 45th president’s social media accounts had been reinstated.

BREAKING: Pres. Trump’s Facebook and Instagram accounts appear to be reinstated.— Alex Salvi (@alexsalvinews) June 2, 2021

JUST IN – Trump’s Facebook and Instagram accounts reinstated. Unclear if he is able to post again.— 🚨 (@disclosetv) June 2, 2021

The rumor was denied, however, by Facebook Policy Communications Director Andy Stone, who informed Vox reporter Aaron Rupar the news was inaccurate and that Trump remained “indefinitely suspended.”

“Nothing about the status of President Trump’s presence on our platform has changed. He remains indefinitely suspended,” Stone told Rupar.

After deleting his previous tweet falsely announcing Trump’s return, Rupar admitted he’d promoted fake news.

The media reports came just hours after the former president permanently closed down his blog, The Desk of Donald J. Trump, which senior adviser Jason Miller said could precede a move to another platform.