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October 29, 2018

POLITICO: 9 hours of ‘Executive Time’: Trump’s unstructured days define his presiden cy

Filed under: News — Scottie @ 07:14

9 hours of ‘Executive Time’: Trump’s unstructured days define his presidency
POLITICO

The president’s schedule shows huge swaths of his day unplanned, allowing his whims and momentary interests to drive White House business. Read the full story

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Scottie

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  1. I read this article as well. I dunno. Maybe I have fantasy ideas about the POTUS, but I’ve always thought they spent their days doing what the rest of us do … working! The big difference, of course, was their job was considerably more important. (Duh!)

    tRumpsky’s tweets at 3:00 in the morning make me think he’s spending more of his day SLEEPING than he is performing the duties assigned to him as the Leader of the U.S. But he obviously also spends a big part of his waking hours TWEETING. Oh, and flying to and from the rallies.

    IMO, anyone who thinks he takes this “job” seriously is fooling themselves. He’s doing only what is absolutely required of him. The rest of the time he’s making sure he stays in the spotlight of the “Fake News” media.

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    Comment by Nan — October 29, 2018 @ 14:25

    • Which worries me as that means the behind the scenes people are making the policies and running the government, all with no accountability at all. Think of people like Steven Miller who is in charge of the immigration policy and managed to give tRump ideas he wouldn’t have thought of. Hugs

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      Comment by Scottie — October 29, 2018 @ 14:30

      • Yes, it’s worrisome, Scottie. But what about this current administration ISN’T worrisome?

        What, to me, is so frustrating is while I can sound off on blogs, it doesn’t/won’t change anything. Until we get the current idiot-in-charge out of office, we simply have to grin and bear it. NOTE: Helping to elect some sane-thinking people that can (if they will) temper his antics will help, but it’s HIM that’s the major problem.

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        Comment by Nan — October 29, 2018 @ 14:35

        • Yes but if we get the house we will have some check on him and influence on legislation. Hugs

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          Comment by Scottie — October 29, 2018 @ 14:36

          • I think that’s what I said … ?? Anyway, that’s what I was thinking.

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            Comment by Nan — October 29, 2018 @ 14:45


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