- Who knew our President actually handled any documents--the impression the media gives is he operates in meetings and by tweets? That's an exaggeration, of course.
- Presumably these are briefing papers, not decision memos.
- Ann Althouse commented this morning, making one valid point: Scotch tape isn't the right choice for archival materials (which anything seen by POTUS likely would be). Can't say much for the rest of her post.
- The employees who spoke to the reporter were likely GS-11 or below in pay grade. Perhaps they're in the same category as Clinton's Filegate employees--people who usually carry on from one adminstration to the next, but who aren't permanent civil service so don't have the usual job protections.
Monday, June 11, 2018
Trump Records Management II
Some more thoughts on the Politico piece describing how Trump tears up documents when he's through with them, requiring employees to tape these official records back together. (See yesterday's post.)