Trump's personal secretary has burst the person who leaked the president's private schedule and calls the move a "disgraceful breach of trust".
Madeleine Westerhout, 28, is also director of Oval Office Operations and went to Twitter on Sunday evening to defend the president against a report showing that Trump spent 60 percent of the last three months in executive time.
White House Press Secretary Sarah Sanders explained that Trumps & # 39; executive & # 39; or unstructured time was spent on scheduled meetings, events, and calls to add & # 39; There is time to allow a more creative environment that has helped him become the most productive president of modern history.
& # 39; What a shameful violation of confidence in leak plans, & # 39; the 28-year-old tweeted. & # 39; What these don't show are hundreds of calls and meetings @realDonaldTrump take every day. This POTUS works harder for the American people than anyone in recent history.
Madeleine Westerhout, Trump's personal secretary, tweeted in defense of the President Sunday saying he is & # 39; works harder for the American people than anyone in recent history
Westerhout called leak a "disgraceful breach of trust" Sunday afternoon
Forms leaked to Axios show the president spent about 60 percent of his scheduled time over the last three months in & # 39; executive time & # 39;.
& # 39; He always calls people and speaks to people & # 39 ;, a senior White House official said the news site. "He's always up to something; it's just not what you would consider typical structure."
Trump is an early rise and usually spends the first five hours of the day in & # 39 ; executive time & nbsp;
Sanders also hit critics and said that Trump had a different leadership style and needed to create a creative environment.
President Trump has a different management style than its predecessors and results speak for themselves.
Madeleine Westerhout, 28, is also director of Oval Office Operations (depicted with press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders)
President Trump has ignited a thriving economy with lower taxes and Hojer e wages, established the United States as the # 1 oil and gas producer in the world, recreated our legal system, rebuilt our military and renegotiated better trade agreements. It is undoubtedly that our country has never been stronger than it is under the leadership of President Trump.
While the expired schedules show Trump in the Oval Office from 9 am 8 to 11, the president I s never in the Oval Office during these hours, told six sources Axios.
Instead, he was in the residence, watching television, reading the newspapers, tweeting and phoning helpers, members of the congress, friends, administrative officials and informal advisers, the News site reported.
The President's first meeting today is usually around 11 or 11:30 am according to the scheduled schedules and is often an intelligence or 30 minutes with his Chief of Staff.
Since November 7, the day after the mid-term elections in 2018, the president spent about 297 hours in & # 39; Executive Time & # 39; to Axios' numbers on 51 private schedules.
He also had 77 hours scheduled for meetings.
President Donald Trump spent 60 percent of the last three months in executive time leaked schedules revealed
But Axios warned not all Presidential meetings are reflected on his schedule because many of His ones are currently spur, according to senior White House officials.
& # 39; President Trump has a different leadership style than his predecessors, and the results speak for themselves, & # 39; said White House press secretary Sarah Sanders to the news site in a statement.
While spending much of his average day in scheduled meetings, events, and calls, there is time to allow for a more creative environment that has helped make him the most productive president in modern times. history.
Former Chief of Staff John Kelly invented Executive Time because the president hated to be locked into a regular schedule and wanted more flexibility.