Don’t get us wrong: we don’t begrudge the president some vacation time after leaving office; in fact, we’d encourage him to take as much of it as he possibly can.
The New York Post reports that President Obama led a conference call with Democratic National Committee stakeholders Monday evening to let them know that, despite the results of the election, he’s “still fired up” and ready to get back to work … after going on vacation for a couple of weeks after his presidency comes to an end.
— Omri Ceren (@cerenomri) November 19, 2016
— Ekim yeldarb (@ekim_yeldarb) November 19, 2016
Absolutely. The president should take all the time he needs to just get away from it all. Some time apart could do everyone good. And this time when he goes scuba diving off Hawaii, he won’t be compelled to survey for signs of climate change; he can just enjoy himself.
So he's changing absolutely nothing? https://t.co/h7HHM7ADdX
— Stephen Miller (@redsteeze) November 19, 2016
— Andy Lancaster (@andylancaster) November 19, 2016
— Mark Krauss (@markrauss) November 19, 2016
@redsteeze Play some golf. Make some late night talk show appearances. Maybe even go on SNL!
— J. Noah Ashby (@JarrydAshby) November 19, 2016
@redsteeze If he's looking for change, a 5-days-a-week, 8-hours-a-day job with 2 weeks of vacation a year would do it.
— Bert Hyman (@berthyman) November 19, 2016
Has he booked a flight somewhere, or did no one break the news that Air Force One stays? Some of those more ingrained habits are going to die hard, aren’t they?
— Bob (@Bobsquestions) November 19, 2016