Suspected of running smoothly, Donald Trump assures hard work

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Donald Trump fought back Sunday with allegations that he spends most of his time working it out, while the White House continues the investigation to identify the cause of the embarrassing leak of the President’s schedule. .

According to these documents, published last weekend by Axios , the first five hours of the day of Mr. Trump are generally placed under the sign of “executive time”, a vague formula that leaves room for many interpretations.

The President responded by assuring that this free time should be seen as a “positive, not negative” sign.

“When you use the Executive Time formula , I usually work, I do not rest,” tweeted Mr. Trump. “In fact, I probably work more than almost any other former president.”

“The reality is that when I took office as president our country was a mess,” he said.

“Impoverished defense, endless wars, potential war with North Korea, (…) large taxes and far too many regulatory, border, immigration, health system and full of other.” 

“I had no choice but to work very long hours!” Added the president who rarely works before 11:00, according to his schedule for information provided to the media by his press office. 

Asked what appears to be rather a day of work for the most powerful man on the planet, Acting Chief of Staff Mick Mulvaney also fought back on Sunday.

“The executive time is for the president to prepare for the next meeting and take stock of the previous meeting,” he told NBC .

“Impoverished defense, endless wars, potential war with North Korea, (…) large taxes and far too many regulatory, border, immigration, health system and full of other.” 

According to press reports, Donald Trump has ordered a thorough investigation to identify the source of this leak. Asked on Sunday night by Fox News , Mick Mulvaney said the culprit was going to be identified “this week.”

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