The General Services Administration on Friday took down documents that revealed the Trump International Hotel made nearly $2 million in profits in its first four months.

That information was released by the General Services Administration, which manages public buildings. It has access to the profit information of the Trump hotel because it is located in the Old Post Office Building, which the hotel leases from the federal government.

But on Friday, the GSA said it should not have released information about the hotel's profitability.

"The documents were posted inadvertently and have been removed from the website," GSA spokeswoman Pamela Dixon told the Washington Examiner.

The documents said the Trump Organization expected to lose about $2 million during the first four months of operations. But they also said guests were paying more than expected for a room there.

It said guests have paid an average of $652.98 per night to stay, which is 57 percent higher than the Trump Organization anticipated.