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I used to have a commerical cleaning business and I found people with lots of money would leave all sorts of things in the middle of the floor that was just pure

lack of class  and lazy entitled monkey like behavior.  ( My apologies to well trained monkeys).   Of course the people were not sitting at 1600 Pa. Avenue. This thought is disturbing.

In that cleaning business, I never encountered a middle class or poor person who acted out and showed such destructive behavior, even in their workplace.

This article is just astounding.   Can you imagine how many thrown Big Mac’s are thrown at the TV?  The man has no business being left alone, let alone meeting with people who could nuke us or send us into economic ruin.

I really shudder to think how big a mess he leaves the bathroom.  I don’t care how many gold toilets one has, crap still engulfs the blue water and does he even aim or flush?

He is one big toddler that people have to follow around and pick and patch up after

www.politico.com/…

Armed with rolls of clear Scotch tape, Lartey and his colleagues would sift through large piles of shredded paper and put them back together, he said, “like a jigsaw puzzle.” Sometimes the papers would just be split down the middle, but other times they would be torn into pieces so small they looked like confetti.

It was a painstaking process that was the result of a clash between legal requirements to preserve White House records and President Donald Trump’s odd and enduring habit of ripping up papers when he’s done with them — what some people described as his unofficial “filing system.”

Under the Presidential Records Act, the White House must preserve all memos, letters, emails and papers that the president touches, sending them to the National Archives for safekeeping as historical records.

But White House aides realized early on that they were unable to stop Trump from ripping up paper after he was done with it and throwing it in the trash or on the floor, according to people familiar with the practice. Instead, they chose to clean it up for him, in order to make sure that the president wasn’t violating the law.

Staffers had the fragments of paper collected from the Oval Office as well as the private residence and send it over to records management across the street from the White House for Larkey and his colleagues to reassemble.

“We got Scotch tape, the clear kind,” Lartey recalled in an interview. “You found pieces and taped them back together and then you gave it back to the supervisor.” The restored papers would then be sent to the National Archives to be properly filed away.

Lartey said the papers he received included newspaper clips on which Trump had scribbled notes, or circled words; invitations; and letters from constituents or lawmakers on the Hill, including Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer.

“He ripped papers into tiny pieces.”

The entire article is just unbelievable.   This is just not normal …It truly isn’t.

 

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