Jotting Down Notes Irks President Trump, But Here’s Why Aides Say They Do It According to New Report
“Why are you always writing in that book?” snapped President Trump.????According to a New York Times report, he was asking then-national security advisor H.R.
McMaster.????McMaster, left his post last April, and the Times reports he wasn’t the only staffer who had a habit of taking notes.????As former communications aide Cliff Sims, who wrote the book “Team of Vipers”, explained to the paper…????“I do think there’s also a pervasive sense in this White House that at some point you’re going to have to set the record straight…”????Former advisor Omarosa Manigault Newman, who secretly record her interactions with the president and also wrote a book…????...told the Times that while working on Bill Clinton’s staff, few emails or memos were created…????“But in the Trump White House, it is a requirement that you document these things always to protect yourself.”????The Hill reports that Robert Mueller gathered the notes and memos of several Trump aides during the Russia investigation.????According to the Times, included in the Mueller report is Trump quizzing former White House counsel Don McGahn…????Asking him “Why do you take notes?
Lawyers don’t take notes.
I never had a lawyer who took notes.”????McGahn reasoned that a “real lawyer” would take notes to have a record.????FYI, the legal pad has been around since 1888.
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