When is it right for me to leave White House?: Inside the Trump administration’s plan to cut back on meals

President Donald Trump has said he doesn’t want to spend too much time in the White House, saying he’ll take vacations.

However, according to sources inside the White Houses West Wing, the President has already been working on a plan to reduce his workload by eating at a different dining establishment.

Sources told ESPN.com that the WhiteHouse.gov site now shows the President eating at the White-House Kitchen island on Saturday nights.

The source said the President would eat there until after the Thanksgiving break, and then move on to the Whitehouse island on Sunday mornings.

The sources said he has been in the office for the past couple of weeks.

White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders said in a statement, “The President’s personal dining room has been a staple of his schedule since his inauguration, and he has continued to use it throughout his presidency, including weekends when he travels to his Florida home for the holidays.

The President is not working from the White house, however, and has been working from home.

He is not expected to attend Thanksgiving or Christmas events as of now.

We are working with the administration to find a way to allow him to continue to have access to the dining room.”

Sources said the WhiteSpoils kitchen will open for dinner from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., and the WhiteStores Kitchen will be open from 11 a.p.m to 2 p.