President Donald Trump is heading to New Jersey for what the media has been calling a 17-day “vacation.”
But is it really?
Well, first off, we know that President Trump hates vacations:
“Don’t take vacations. What’s the point? If you’re not enjoying your work, you’re in the wrong job,” Trump wrote in his book Think Like A Billionaire. He’ll definitely be working during his time away from the White House — because, day-in and day-out, he’s stated his love for working on behalf of the American people.
But here’s the real kicker.
After months of non-stop leaks threatening the administration, Trump is probably getting away from the White House so a massive bug-sweep can be initiated.
If people are eavesdropping on White House conversations with embedded devices or audio recorders, they need to be found and traced to the source.
Obviously, this is not the official reason by the White House for Trump’s departure:
“The president is going to continue to work,” deputy press secretary Lindsay Walters told reporters aboard Air Force One on Thursday night. “The staff and the president are moving out, because I don’t think any of you would like to be in the West Wing in an August D.C. summer day when it’s over 100 degrees with no air conditioning.”
We’ve got a hunch that these air conditioning workers are also plumbers — they’re trying to stop the leaks!
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