Trump's team wants to 'embarrass' him with leak of schedules: CNN political commentator
President Donald Trump, speaks to the media in the Rose Garden at the White House after meeting with Democrats to discuss the ongoing partial government shutdown. (Michael Candelori /

Political commentator Rich Lowry warned that President Donald Trump should be "embarrassed" about his leaked schedule during a Monday panel discussion with CNN's Jake Tapper.

A leaked report obtained by Axios revealed that Trump has spent 60 percent of his time since the midterm election in unstructured "executive time."

A senior White House official leaked 51 private schedules that detail nearly 297 hours of "executive time." Details of what the president exactly dose during "executive time" are scarce, and it is predicted that he uses the unstructured time to watch TV, make phone calls and hold meetings.

"He doesn't like being supervised, so it's not surprising he has huge blocks of unsupervised time," Lowry said. "The idea that he is in his third year of the presidency, and does not have a team that would prevent this kind of leak from happening, which only has one purpose, to embarrass him. It's just astonishing."

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