Said former White House aide Cliff Sims on the leak of Trump's personal schedules — loaded with "executive time," lmao, which is a euphemism for sitting around watching Fox News: "There are leaks, and then there are leaks. If most are involuntary manslaughter, this was premeditated murder. People inside are genuinely scared."
The massive leak of President Trump's private schedules, which Axios published on Super Bowl Sunday in its weekly Axios Sneak Peek newsletter, "set off internal finger-pointing and speculation more fevered than any since the New York Times' anonymous op-ed."
A White House aide is weaponizing his schedules, which says a lot about how people in the White House feel about the man they work for https://t.co/76K7XCzwPD
— Maggie Haberman (@maggieNYT) February 3, 2019
White House insiders said the leak sowed chaos. Cliff Sims, the former White House official who wrote the dishy "Team of Vipers," told me: "There are leaks, and then there are leaks. If most are involuntary manslaughter, this was premeditated murder. People inside are genuinely scared."
Madeleine Westerhout — the director of Oval Office operations, who sits outside Trump's door — tweeted: "What a disgraceful breach of trust to leak schedules. What these don't show are the hundreds of calls and meetings @realDonaldTrump takes everyday."