mind in the White House for the time being was tense.
The president’s staff members and through a great part of the night – their on the line, and everything they could do was stand by and . Heaps of it.
On Tuesday the West Wing work in happy clothing: Republican-red sweaters, skirts and stilettos, they had messaged each other For the day and into the night, they watched political decision returns and thought about president pulled in front of his Biden in Florida.up. A table in Press Secretary Kayleigh McEnany was covered with sacks of crisps.
Still mind was tense. One staff member supported in his arm, the mark halfway stripped off. These tenants of the West Wing – the core quality .
“We’re feeling awesome,” one let me know. She discussed the profits from Florida president in the number one spot. .
Behind her, the volume on a TV screen was turned up, booming updates. A”communist turmoil”, making a critical forecast of if the Democrats won. the New York Post paper lay on a shelf, and the aroma like “Comfortable Cashmere” – a pink scented flame. In a close by office, a White House staff member tapped his associate’s quiet his nerves.
Somewhere else in president’s re-appointment party was getting going. Hundreds in red a sky so clear you could see the function. a break There is no law that restricts the president from facilitating a festival at the White House on political race night. Yet, no other president this one.
Mr Trump’s or keep up Certainly, the line between the a while got foggy.
Presidents Ronald Reagan and Barack Obama at the White scenery for their political missions. Still make a qualification their On political race night in the Trump White House, that have been demolished.
Many pulled back at his decision of scene for
One of them, Gordon Adams at American University, was a senior White House official for public security spending plans in 1996. He spent political decision night that year with President Bill Clinton in Arkansas. A while later Adams flew back to Washington with them off at the White House. ” he says. “There was no one there, celebrating.” he the political decision night party Trump for the White House, Adams was
“It irritates,” he said. the East Room was only one of the manners in which the president broke political decision night.
His in an office on the White “war room” that was set up in the Eisenhower Executive Office West Wing. Pundits of the be White .
Because of the analysis, Tim Murtaugh, a representative for Trump’s mission, said that the mission room abused no standards. “There is no cost at all to American citizens,” he said in an assertion.
Murtaugh and the president’s allies love which their man has shaken things up in Washington and broken His encourages him get reappointed. Trump showed up at a platform and gave Remaining before his allies, he made the he had won the political decision.
“All things considered now have won this,” he said. Individuals in the room cheered. of votes have tallied, heard his comments on TV were staggered. For them, an upsetting end to race night, one president himself – brimming with stunning astonishments.