According to sources inside the White House, since President Trump has been in the White House since approximately March 9, he's getting a little antsy.
Aides are reportedly planning to get Trump out of the White House, but thankfully, Twitter has come up with an even simpler plan.
He could resign.
'Frustrated' Trump eager to get out of White House, aides exploring ways to allow him to leave D.C. https://t.co/gxqhicnzlF— Andrea Mitchell (@Andrea Mitchell)1587590814.0
@mitchellreports We can help him with that in November— Debbie Hemenway (@Debbie Hemenway)1587590972.0
@mitchellreports He is free to resign and move to Florida.— Art Martin (@Art Martin)1587596356.0
@mitchellreports Resign. Easy-peasy.— 🇺🇸 John *1/6 Commission NOW!* Wright (@🇺🇸 John *1/6 Commission NOW!* Wright)1587592999.0
It is common public opinion that this pandemic getting so out-of-control is Trump's fault.
@mitchellreports He could resign. That would be a cool way to get out.— Kitteh Twice Vaxxed🍀🐈🍀🐕 (@Kitteh Twice Vaxxed🍀🐈🍀🐕)1587591061.0
@mitchellreports Good. Make his exit permanent.— 🌊🇺🇸The Masked Carrie Sweet🇺🇸🌊 (@🌊🇺🇸The Masked Carrie Sweet🇺🇸🌊)1587594843.0
@mitchellreports He could resign. Has he considered that?— Marc Goldstein (@Marc Goldstein)1587591037.0
@mitchellreports Because his clubs are crumbling without the taxpayer infusions that go with his visits.— TrumpWho? (@TrumpWho?)1587603481.0
@mitchellreports "I quit" works. #TrumpResign— 🌊 Voice ⬛️⬛️ Redacted ⬛️⬛️ (@🌊 Voice ⬛️⬛️ Redacted ⬛️⬛️)1587617883.0
And the prospect of him leaving and never coming back sounds all too sweet.
@mitchellreports Why doesn’t he resign? That would get him out if DC forever!— Peter Valeri (@Peter Valeri)1587590906.0
@mitchellreports He should go spend time in a hospital and observe. For real.— Mimi Rocah (@Mimi Rocah)1587594765.0
The White House recently unveiled a plan to reopen the country that involves, among other things, a serious increase in the amount of tests and antibody tests, which the Federal government has been getting in the way of.
When this is all over, the true impact of the Federal government's culpability will be revealed.
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