Philadelphia voice, the voice of Donald Trump, is leaving Philadelphia this year after an 18-month stint.
The Voice of the People, a show that has aired since 2011, will be broadcast in Chicago.
“I have so many memories of the Voice of The People, and the work I’ve done over the years,” Trump said in a statement.
“It was a great honor to have such an amazing team on the show and I am excited to announce that we will be returning for a 16th season in Chicago.”
The Voice has been canceled in New York, Chicago, Los Angeles and Atlanta, where the program was scheduled to air.
“We wish the show the best of luck in Chicago,” Trump tweeted, calling the show a “great opportunity.”
NBC News has reached out to the Voice for comment.
The Philadelphia Voice was founded in 2012 by the late Richard Schulz and hosted by former Philadelphia Eagles running back and Trump surrogate Matt Lauer.
The show features clips of Trump and Lauer discussing subjects such as the NFL, Trump Tower, the Republican National Convention and the election.
Trump also voices the show in Philadelphia.
The voice of Trump is a former contestant on The Apprentice and the voice for the Republican presidential nominee during the 2016 campaign.
The president is not the only person in the Voice to voice a show.
In 2018, he did so on NBC’s Celebrity Apprentice, the reality series in which he is a producer.
In 2019, he voiced the Voice on NBC Nightly News in the United States.
In 2020, he also voiced the voice on the Voice in Chicago, according to NBC.
The Trump administration has not yet commented on the cancellation.
NBC’s announcement was not the first time the Trump voice has been gone.
In 2013, the Voice announced that it would no longer broadcast the President Trump Show on NBC, which ran from January to April of that year.
“The Voice of Donald J. Trump will be ending its 17-year run in 2018.
We thank you for your service and wish you the best,” the Voice said in its announcement.
NBC is owned by NBC Universal, a unit of Comcast.