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REMARKS: Trump defends 'executive time' after schedule leak

emoji-ts Updated 11 days ago, Tue Feb 12, 2019
Axios Publishes More Leaked Trump Schedules After White House Vows to Hunt Down Leakers
Donald Trump

“The media was able to get my work schedule, something very easy to do, but it should have been reported as a positive, not negative, When the term Executive Time is used, I am generally working, not relaxing. In fact, I probably work more hours than almost any past President.”

Mick Mulvaney Defends Trump's 'Executive Time,' Says Leak 'Wasn't That Valuable'
Mick Mulvaney

“That executive time is on there to allow the president to prep for the next meeting, to debrief from the previous meeting, The phone calls start at 6:30 in the morning and they go until 11 o’clock at night, so I can assure you that the gentleman is working more than what’s on that calendar.”

Mick Mulvaney: Donald Trump's "executive time" schedule leaker could be identified by end of week
Mick Mulvaney

“Yes sir, When we find that person or persons, and it’s likely to be a career staffer, you’re going to learn a lot about how hard it is to fire federal workers.”

Ex-White House aide Cliff Sims sues Trump
Cliff Sims

“The Trump campaign’s demand for arbitration is nothing but a subterfuge for the actions of the [federal government], [It was] undertaken under express authorization and instruction, and certainly with the blessing of, President Trump.”

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