President Trump is making some unprecedented changes in the Oval Office. He has instated an open-door policy that allows certain officials access to him from several mid-level and low-level staffers in order to allow an open flow of information directly to him. This has left some feathers ruffled, particularly in the liberal elites who criticize this behavior as bizarre and chaotic. This open-door policy is very different from the way things were done in the White House under Barack Obama. Some of the people that have access to President Trump’s Oval Office are Steve Bannon, Kellyanne Conway and Jared Kushner.
This is not really a big surprise because President Trump has always operated at his prime in this kind of environment. He even wrote about it in his book, The Art of the Deal: “Most people are surprised by the way I work,” he wrote in the opening chapter. “I play it very loose … I try not to schedule too many meetings. I leave my door open … I prefer to come to work each day and just see what develops.” He really is a man of the people.
From Conservative Tribune:
Indeed, we are pleased that Trump has brought to the White House the policies and tactics he has used to become so successful. Trump’s flexibility and the increased flow of information into the Oval Office are a welcome change from the past when presidents were inflexibly guarded against receiving briefings and information that hadn’t been pre-screened by office “gatekeepers.”