Until the last weeks of Trump's presidency, he didn't know his schedule was public

Until the last weeks of Trump's presidency, he didn't know his schedule was public

Updated on December 29, 2022 18:49 PM by Emily Hazel

It has been revealed that Donald Trump was completely unaware that his daily schedule was made public during his tenure in office until the final few weeks of his term. Even though White House reporters are informed each night of the president's activities, Trump does not appear to have been informed for three years in the Oval Office about his daily activities.

Former White House deputy press secretary Judd Deere said he immediately sought to change the information after making it. The president's daily guidance was prepared and released every evening for the following day of the president's public schedule. He told an investigation panel investigating the Capitol riots.

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Trump's daily movements were omitted

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"In late December, the president discovered for the first time that we had made his public schedule public for the first time. He planned to change the way we did it...he notably altered the daily schedule of the White House around January 5, 2021, which omitted details of Trump's daily comings and goings at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue in favor of boilerplate language stating that he would be making 'many calls' and having many meetings.

As a result, his public schedule was a couple of sentences about what would occur throughout his day rather than specific times, titles, and an outline of what he would be doing. Journalists were not given an in-depth information sheet but were told the president would work from early morning until late at night.

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Trump withheld reports

As reported earlier this week, Trump's tax returns will be released for the first time to the public. When he ran for the White House in 2016, Trump refused to release the findings, becoming the first presidential candidate in recent history to do so. His efforts to seal the documents have since failed, but they were obtained last month by the House Ways and Means Committee. 

According to a congressional aide who spoke anonymously, the public will get them on Friday, December 30. Among the filings are expected to be his returns for the years he was in office between 2015 and 2021. Social security numbers and contact information are expected to be the only redactions. An earlier witness reported seeing several boxes of documents wheeled into today's hearing, possibly indicating how much information is being analyzed. 

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