But alongside the constant buzz of Trump, the schedule shared by Axios suggests he is spending an increasing amount of "unstructured" time, which differs to that of his predecessors who tended to arrive to work earlier and have a more clearly defined schedule. He adds that Trump's criticism of Michael Wolff's book "Fire and Fury" still stands, saying, "it was obvious that the book was false and fake".
Macmillan is the parent organization of Henry Holt and Company, which released the best-selling account of a chaotic administration that features inflammatory quotes from former senior adviser Steve Bannon.
The bill comes on the heels of a Washington Post report that says the president "resents" discussion of his mental health.
"So, if the president is going to be kicked out of office based on a constitutional principle, it's going to be impeachment".
"In this case he's aiming at inside the White House and inside the president's inner circle. and by castigating the president for a lack of intelligence, lack of focus and lack of seriousness of purpose". Before Bannon's fallout with Trump, no one on the left would have cared what his thoughts were on anything - in fact, they would probably have been delighted if his opinion were the opposite of their own.
Turley estimates that up to a quarter of the U.S.'s presidents could have been removed from office for suffering from forms of "mental or emotional" issues, including Abraham Lincoln and Thomas Jefferson, who were believed to have shown symptoms of clinical depression. It describes procedures for replacing the president in the event of physical incapacitation, and was ratified in 1967 in response to the assassination of president John F. Kennedy.
Breitbart announced Tuesday that Bannon has stepped down as executive chairman of the conservative news site. Bannon's presumption that he can so arrogantly decide for Egypt and Jordan on such a major policy matter, is a blatant display of the disdain he must hold towards two major US allies and key players in the region.
Bannon's conceit and audacity is further illustrated by his dismissive reference to Egypt and Saudi Arabia as being on the brink, scared to death of Persia and, as such, prone to ally with Israel against Iran, and therefore both countries would endorse the destructive terms of the ultimate deal.
This is both ridiculous and hypocritical.
Mercer last week rebuked Bannon for his "recent actions and statements", an apparent reference to remarks Bannon made that journalist Michael Wolff quoted in his book "Fire and Fury: Inside the Trump White House". The novel element was having the usual critiques come from people like Bannon deep inside the executive branch, close to the seat of power.
These attacks, however, have only served to garner more attention for the book. This is not the first conspiracy that is destined to fail.
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