New Leaks of President Trump's Private Schedules Comes Amid an Internal White House Leak Probe
A week after “executive time” was revealed to be part of President Trump’s daily routine, another batch of the president’s schedule has been leaked.????The leaked daily schedules, again obtained by Axios, show that President Trump spent around half of his time Monday through Thursday on the week of the State of the Union Address in “executive time”.????During this period, which could be as much as the first 3 hours of his day, Trump is said to be watching television, reading newspapers or on the phone usually in the residency of the White House.????President Trump later tweeted about his schedule saying that he’s working during those hours, not relaxing adding “I probably work more hours than almost any past president…”????In their reporting, Axios said that the schedules are not a complete representation of the president’s time and that a more detailed schedule is provided to the senior staff.????For their part the White House started an internal investigation into the initial leaked schedules which covered a 3 month period only to see another leak occur while they seek the source.????Acting Chief of Staff Mick Mulvaney spoke on Fox News Sunday with Chris Wallace about the breach…????(Mick Mulvaney SOT) ??“So it’s not the content, it’s the fact that someone within the White House spent 3 months collecting this information which is really, really hard to do.
It also sheds light on the fact that many people who work for us weren’t hired for us.”????Mulvaney also said that he expects the investigation to conclude and to resolve the matter of the leaked schedules soon.
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