In Trump’s White House, A Day Of Confusion And Change

WASHINGTON:- From the White House schedule, a meeting with lawmakers vanished. A ceremonial executive order signing was abruptly cancelled. A statement about how a signature campaign promise will paid for walked back.

Trump's White House

Trump’s White House

The first days of any new president’s term are disorderly, as a sprawling government bureaucracy and overwhelming global responsibilities are suddenly thrust upon an administration. Which is trying to hit the ground running &sometimes just to get the phones working.

In Trump’s White House, a day of confusion and change

Trump's White House

Trump’s White House

 President Donald Trump sits at his desk on Air Force One upon his arrival at Andrews Air Force Base, Md, Thursday, Jan. 26, 2017. At the center is Chief of Staff Reince Priebus, Pablo Martinez Monsivais AP Photo.

Thursday, it was a chaotic day in President Donald Trump‘s White House. When the president left the White House nearly an hour late for his first trip away from Washington. The confusion began to start, a quick jaunt to Philadelphia to speak to a Republican congressional retreat.

 The meeting between Trump and Utah Sen had confirmed while airborne, White House aides. Texas Rep, Orrin Hatch and Kevin Brady that was scheduled for the president’s return had postponed until next week and that Hatch unbeknownst to the press, had actually met with Trump the night before.

Trump’s Travel Restrictions Prompt Protests across US

Trump's White House

Trump’s White House

Spicer said that the administration was still sorting out the sequence of upcoming orders and the Trump was still making suggestions. The press secretary said that, “As you can probably tell, he is very hands-on when it comes to these executive orders”.

And the order itself, which would commission an investigation into unsubstantiated claims of widespread stemmed not from a campaign promise, voter fraud. But rather Trump’s public musings on the subject in recent days. An environment of chaos is not new for Trump, who at times seems to thrive on disorder.

Trump's White House

Trump’s White House

He sowed chaos in the campaign which are the pitting factions of aides against each other. He frequently changed his mind on the issues based on his most recent conversations. His aides often woke up the surprised to Trump’s early morning, out-of-nowhere pronouncements via Twitter.

Comments

Leave a Reply