Trump’s Desk On Display — His Comment About The Clutter

We’ve all seen the images of Trump behind his desk at Trump Tower. The photographs often look like a busy office with stacks of papers proudly on displayed.

Much has changed since then and now he is in the Oval Office holding the highest leadership position — and, in turn, the world over. However, one thing about his office habits has not changed. His ability to strive surrounded by his work.

“Look at my desk. Papers. You don’t see presidents with that on their desk,”

Trump told Fox News’ Sean Hannity during an interview that aired Thursday.

A screengrab of President Trump’s desk in the Oval Office, as shown on Fox News’ “Hannity.”

Less than a week into his presidency, Trump’s desk already to appears to be hard at work as if he had been there for months. When he signed his first executive orders, it appeared clean, however… Looks like the president didn’t waste any time getting to work.

President Donald Trump signs the first of three Executive Orders in the Oval Office of the White House in Washington, DC on Monday, January 23, 2017.

Trump’s desk in the presidential plane, Air Force One, appeared strikingly tidy Thursday while being photographed during his trip from Washington to Philadelphia for the Republican congressional retreat.

He will have many more opportunities to clutter the desk of Air Force One. Historically, the desk of the President has been clean, lacking clutter. In Trump style, he has brought much change to the White House thus far. This is just a glimpse of the man behind the hair.

Nicholas Kamm/AFP/Getty Images

Source: CNN


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