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White House begins search for person who leaked president?s schedule: report

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The White House has reportedly launched an internal probe into who leaked the president’s schedule to Axios this week.Politico reported late Friday that the search, which has been approved by acting chief of staff Mick MulvaneyJohn (Mick) Michael MulvaneyWhite House begins search for person who leaked president’s schedule: report On The Money: Negotiators discussing border funding lower than Trump's demand | Amazon reconsiders HQ2 move to New York City | Early IRS numbers point to smaller average refunds Bipartisan House group heads to Camp David retreat MORE and President TrumpDonald John TrumpWhite House begins search for person who leaked president’s schedule: report O'Rourke to headline counter-Trump rally at border Trump touts Kim summit: North Korea will become economic 'rocket' MORE himself, has reached out to the White House IT office and begun narrowing down a list of suspects.One administration official told Politico that the culprit was probably a career government employee who works in the White House and not somebody the president had handpicked for the administration.The White House earlier this week blasted the leak, which showed that the president has spent about 60 percent of his time over the past three months in “Executive Time.”“What a disgraceful breach of trust to leak schedules.

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