U.S. President Donald Trump has kept in front of the charge rather more relaxed working hours. "The fact is, I probably have longer work days than almost all presidents before me," wrote Trump on Sunday in the short message service Twitter.
The media was able to get my work schedule, something very easy to do, but it should have been reported as a positive, not a negative. When the term of Executive Time is used, I am generally working, not relaxing. In fact, I probably work more hours than almost any past President.....— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) 10. February 2019
When he assumed the office of President, have prevailed in the United States Chaos. "I had no other choice than to work very long days!"
The U.S. Website "Axios" was released a week ago Trumps confidential calendar for the past three months. Thus, a full 60 percent of the working time of the presidents were classified as "Executive time". These are phases through without structured processes, and appointments, in which Trump calls, Breakfast, tweet, or news channels keep track of. Mostly official dates are only at 11.00 PM or even later.
....The fact is, when I took over as President, our Country what a mess. Depleted Military, Endless Wars, and a potential war with North Korea, V. A., High Taxes & too many Regulations, Border, Immigration, & HealthCare problem, & much more. I had no choice but to work very long hours!— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) 10. February 2019
media: first graders have strict
The schedules, ensured especially in the case of Trump-critical of the media for ridicule. The CNN channel has been raised with a view to the hairstyle and the complexion of the President about the question of whether Trump cook in the hours before the first appointment to be a hair or tanning cream orders. If Trump was not traveling, had the schedules "less full than that of a first grader".
"When the term Executive is used for a long time, then I don't work in the rule, and relax," wrote Trump. This time must not be regarded as "positive, negative".
"Executive Time" by analogy with "Chief" or "lead time" to translate and is, as a presidential agenda item, an invention of Trumps White house. Trump said on Sunday that the media had a positive effect on his schedules reports.
Often before 6 a.m. awake
"Axios" was reported, the early risers Trump is often before 6: 00 am Wake up. In the schedules is usually listed the time till 11.00 o'clock as the "Executive Time", the Trump, therefore, in the Oval Office. Trump was, according to six sources in this time, but never in his office. Instead, he was in the residence watching television and reading Newspapers. Then he reacts to what he see and read, and to call on such as a consultant, friends, or members of Congress. Often Trump sends in the Morning, also Twitter messages in the world.
trump's unconventional style of government makes it difficult to define where the boundary between leisure and work. With his Tweets, for example, he makes in any case policy, also in the "Executive Time". Nevertheless, it appears very questionable whether Trump – as he claims – is really more work than most of his predecessors.
Known Exaggeration Trumps the slope and to the self-praise. He also claims that his government had achieved in the first two years, more than any previously.
"Axios" reported that the schedule of President George W. Bush had been fully booked for months. Also, Bush was always starting at 6.45 PM in the office. The schedule of his father and predecessor in office, George H. W. Bush, was clocked in Ten-minute intervals. Trumps predecessor Barack Obama have had on a typical working day six Meetings.
search for the leak
Also Trumps Transition chief of staff, Mick Mulvaney took the President in protection. "The Executive time is the next Meet and the last Meet to prepare," said Mulvaney in the NBC's "Meet the Press". "The phone calls start at 6: 30 and go until 23: 00." Trump is working more than what was recorded in the calendar.
That the internal deadline got plans to the Public, made in the U.S. for headlines. Trumps the acting chief of staff, Mick Mulvaney played on Sunday. The contents are not already "been confidential," he told the TV station Fox News. About 400 people had access to the plans. Nevertheless, the search for the Person who had collected them and passed on said Mulvaney. "I hope that we will have this week a solution." (chk/sda)
Created: 11.02.2019, 04:23 PM