White House Thrust Into Chaos Over Trump’s Leaked Schedules, Blaming Administration’s Own Staff

Things are looking REAL frantic!


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Donald Trump’s private schedules were leaked not too long ago, and they only confirmed what we suspected all along — Trump isn’t doing any damn work in the White House. Not only did these schedules reveal that Trump spends more of his days in “executive time” (tweeting and watching television) than anything else, but the president has no structure within his days and is allowed to do whatever he pleases.

Now that this leak got out, the White House is frantic to find out who is responsible so more damaging information about the president doesn’t get out. According to Politico, White House officials “have enlisted the help of the White House IT office,” an effort that has been signed off on by acting Chief of Staff Mick Mulvaney.

One Trump official believes that the leaker is someone within the White House, but someone that Trump did not appoint. They believe it is probably a career government employee. One official stated:

Both career and political staff receive the daily public schedule, but I want to be very careful that we don’t try anyone in the press.”

Considering what this leak revealed, the Trump administration will want to find this person as soon as possible — because the country is furious that the president spends 60 percent of his time unsupervised in “executive time.” Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders couldn’t even defend this properly. She said:

While he spends much of his average day in scheduled meetings, events, and calls, there is time to allow for a more creative environment that has helped make him the most productive President in modern history.”

“Creative environment?” That’s absolutely pathetic. Even if they find the leaker, the Trump administration cannot take back what the American people have found out about the imposter in the White House.

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