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Trump's empty schedule directly correlates to his 24-hour tweet storm
President Trump is truly easing into the post-holiday workweek.
Starting with a Fox News clip tweeted just before 9 a.m. on Monday, Trump has sent more than 50 tweets and retweets in the past 24 hours. And looking at his public schedule, which is chock full of Easter Egg Rolls and Easter Egg Roll breakfast receptions, it's pretty easy to see where he got the time.
After getting home from his Mar-a-Lago resort at 7 p.m. on Easter Sunday, Trump seemingly didn't have anything scheduled until an in-house pool with reporters at 9 a.m. the next day. But that didn't seem to last long, as Trump was already calling out former Secretary of State John Kerry for giving Iran "VERY BAD advice" by 9:37 a.m. His "congratulations" tweet in response to news that CNN's ratings had dropped actually came three minutes after he was supposed to be at the White House Easter Egg Roll's breakfast reception.
That holiday tradition kept Trump busy until noon, when he revealed in a tweet that he wouldn't nominate Herman Cain for the Federal Reserve Board. His 1:30 p.m. intelligence briefing then seemingly only took half an hour, as he was back on the tweet game by 2:05 p.m., and sent off a few dozen retweets throughout the rest of the day.
On Tuesday, Trump got to work attacking the "Fake News New York Times" before 6 a.m. He then seemingly spent some quality time with his favorite show, Fox & Friends, ultimately firing off a dozen tweets before his 9 a.m. pool call with reporters and proving that Trump's executive time is alive and well.