#ExecutiveTime Takes Off on Twitter After 3 Months of Trump's Daily Schedules Leaked
Somebody inside the Trump White House leaked three month’s worth of the president’s daily schedule, which Axios published on Sunday afternoon, and the internet quickly took up the cause by ridiculing the nation’s chief executive for the amount of time he reportedly spends holed up in his private residence each day watching television, reading newspapers, sending bizarre tweets, and making phone calls.
Termed “Executive Time” by his former chief of staff John Kelley, the #ExecutiveTime hashtag was given new life on Sunday.
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According to Axios:
Based on its analysis, the president spent roughly 60 percent of his total working day in “executive time” over the last ninety days. In order to protect the identity of their source, the news outlet published re-typed versions of the schedules they received. Read all three month’s worth here.
“Safe to assume
# is trending?” asked one member of the Twitter community. Yes, the internet responded, safe to assume.
Not that it’s anything new:
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