It’s not clear why the domain was sold, though it could have been the result of a dispute with a new owner.
It also has nothing to do with President Donald Trump’s campaign, which took a hiatus from the domain name sale.
“President Trump is the sole owner of the domain, and he has nothing further to do,” a spokesman for Trump Organization spokesman Nick Merrill told The Associated Press.
“It is a trademark issue that the Trump Organization will handle.”
Merrill said the Trump name is registered in China.
The domain was registered in 2009, before Trump became president.
The AP reported that the domain sale was done in a bid to sell off the Trump brand and the Trump organization’s trademark.
Trump, who has been outspoken on social media about how much he dislikes Trump’s business dealings, has also used the domain to defend himself against accusations that he is not an honest broker.
He tweeted in May that he owns more than 50 trademarks, which he said he owns under a “very limited number of circumstances.”
The Trump Organization did not respond to a request for comment.
The Associated and Reuters news agencies did not immediately return requests for comment on the domain sales.