Former president Bill Clinton on Wednesday visited the makeshift memorial outside the Pulse nightclub in Orlando.

Forty-nine people died and dozens more were injured when a lone gunman opened fire in the gay nightclub on June 12.

Clinton's former press secretary, Angel Urena, tweeted a photo of Clinton at the site.

“@billclinton stopped at #Pulse to pay his respects to those lost, their friends, families & entire LGBTQ community,” Urena messaged.

According to the Orlando Sentinel, Clinton spent about 10 minutes talking to people at the memorial.

He told the paper that it was an honor to be at the memorial.

In July, Hillary Clinton, the Democratic presidential nominee, met privately with the families and friends of the 49 people who died in the attack and visited the Pulse memorial.