Recently, when a White House source leaked President Donald Trump’s private schedule, it was safe to assume that massive shockwaves were felt by the entire staff within. Then, a mere twenty four hours later, sources confirmed that was very much the case, and that complete and utter chaos erupted as a result.
Why? Well, because the leaked schedules revealed that the president spends approximately 60 percent of his scheduled time watching TV, reading newspapers, tweeting and calling friends.
“There are leaks, and then there are leaks,” said Cliff Sims, a former White House aide who most recently caught the ire of Trump after publishing his tell-all book, “Team of Vipers.”
“If most are involuntary manslaughter, this was premeditated murder. People inside are genuinely scared,” he added.
Additionally, sources also confirmed that this leak has resulted in an inordinate amount of finger-pointing in the White House. In fact, it has been deemed the most intense thing the Trump administration has had to deal with since an anonymous White House official published a New York Times op-ed exposing some of the chaos and drama within it.