As Trump Approves Internal Witch Hunt, Axios Publishes More Leaked Schedules

President Donald Trump tours the Skyway Villa Mobile Home and RV Park with Gov. Jerry Brown during his visit of the Camp Fire in Paradise, Calif. on Saturday, November 17, 2018. (Paul Kitagaki Jr./Regional Pool/Sacramento Bee)
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Axios published more of President Donald Trump’s daily schedules Sunday, even while the White House carries out a crusade to uncover the leaker.

According to the new documents, Trump spent half of his time Monday through Thursday of last week in “executive time.” Many news outlets have previously reported that Trump watches a lot of cable news during those stretches.

As Axios points out, there is a more detailed version of Trump’s schedule only distributed to senior staff which would likely include a few more events.

Trump tried to soften the embarrassment of the schedules Sunday, before the newest Axios report published, on Twitter.

Per Politico, White House officials (signed off on by Trump) are trying to sniff out Axios’ source by using their IT employees.

Read Trump’s schedule here.

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