Two weeks ago, Donald Trump’s presidential schedule was leaked to the media. The schedule showed that Trump had reserved approximately 60 percent of his day for “executive time,” which usually corresponds with the time he spends watching Fox News and tweeting. It took an entire 14 days, but Trump finally responded to the story.
The schedule’s accuracy was supported by previous stories of the Trump White House, such as Cliff Sim’s Team of Vipers: My 500 Extraordinary Days in the White House. In his telling, he described times when Trump would just wander out of meetings during presentations and discussions, only to be heard turning on the television to watch cable news shows. His low-energy schedule is also apparent when adding up the days he’s spent golfing or vacationing during his presidency, which equals up to about 25 percent of the time.
For the record, middle-class tax rates were not lowered, our national intelligence agencies say the threat from North Korea is still very much real, the Veteran’s Administration is still a mess, Trump’s healthcare promises have not been met in any way, and his views on immigration have caused more problems than they’ve solved.
Of course, Trump insists he works harder than any other president in history, but he also claims that he signed the largest tax cut bill in history (he didn’t), that he won the 2016 election by the biggest margin in history (he didn’t), and that he had the biggest inauguration crowd ever seen (not true). Why on earth would anyone believe him now?
Twitter certainly wasn’t falling for it. Read some of their comments below:
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