It has become abundantly clear over the past two years that everyone who works for Trump ends up despising him in the end. The incredibly high turnover rate in this administration has gone hand in hand with disparaging comments about the president from senior officials as well as a nonstop slew of leaks.
Recently, Trump’s schedule was leaked by an unknown source, and the country discovered that most of the president’s time is spent in so-called “executive time” which seems to be nothing more than a euphemism for lazily sitting around tweeting and watching Fox News.
“He spends his mornings in the residence, watching TV, reading the papers, and responding to what he sees and reads by phoning aides, members of Congress, friends, administration officials and informal advisers,” reported Axios.
Yesterday, Acting White House Chief of Staff Mick Mulvaney went on Fox News in an attempt to do damage control and insisted that the identity of the person who leaked the schedule will soon be discovered, but claimed that it’s difficult to fire federal workers so the administration might not be able to get rid of him/her.
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Not long after Mulvaney’s appearance, Trump’s schedules leaked again. Axios obtained several of the president’s daily schedules from last week, in which it was revealed that he spent roughly 50% of his days in “executive time.” In other words, the man who was elected to run our nation and keep us safe spends at least half of his time goofing around.
Clearly, Trump is incapable of engendering respect in those who work for him. They see how terrible he is at his job, how fundamentally unfit he is for office, and choose to undermine and humiliate him.
If he were doing any other job, he would be immediately fired for laziness and for failing to meet his employment obligations. Since he’s the president, his failure to work is even more serious, but simultaneously harder to address. The only real option is to vote him and all of his enablers out of office come 2020.