President Donald Trump has been using the White House’s Oval Offices mirror to show off his latest political strategy in the wake of the mass shooting at a Florida nightclub that killed 49 people.
Trump tweeted Saturday that the mirror is in the “working” stages and that he’s been using it for several days to show his “heart and soul.”
But he did not provide details on what he is using it to show.
In a series of tweets, Trump called it a “working prototype” and said it’s “still a work in progress.”
But the White Street Group, which designs and builds the White Houses mirrors, did not immediately respond to a request for comment Saturday.
“We are in the process of determining what to do with the mirror,” White Street spokeswoman Rachel Kollman told The Associated Press in an email.
The White House has previously described the mirrors as “in the process” of being replaced and that they were not replaced for safety reasons.
In the past, the president has said he wants to have more people wearing reflective glasses.
White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders said Saturday that she’s not sure how much of the mirror’s surface is being used, but added that the president wants people to “feel comfortable” while he uses it.
“I think it is important that people are able to have a comfortable experience in their own home,” Sanders said.
She said the mirror would be “part of our future Oval Office, and that’s something that I think everyone at the White house is working on.”
The president and his family use the mirrors for other occasions, including at their home in Mar-a-Lago, Florida, and during vacations, including his return from his first trip abroad as president.
The president has long used the Oval Office mirror to share personal views of the world.
His predecessor, Barack Obama, regularly used it to present himself as a “president of the United States” in public and to share ideas and thoughts.
In December 2016, he used the mirror to discuss his decision to end the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program, which provides work permits and immigration relief for young people who came to the U.S. illegally as children.
He also used it for other personal purposes.