Since winning the election, Trump has been criticized by many for not taking his new position seriously enough. This criticism stems largely from his initial refusal to hear critical intelligence briefings, a practice that is meant to ensure a safe and smooth transition from administration to administration.
Now, it appears that even after the inauguration, Trump will be in no hurry to assume his presidential duties. He told The Times of London that he plans to take his first weekend as president off. He’ll think of his first day as “Monday because [he doesn’t] want to be signing and get mixed up with lots of celebration.”
Recent reports indicate that Donald is far more concerned with his “big election party” than what he does in the first couple days as president.
The Presidential Inauguration Chairman, Tom Barrack, told the New York Post that “He’s into every detail of everything.” And “I beg him all the time to go back to running the free world.”
Frankly, Donald, we’d be OK with you taking the four years off.