Trump: Screw this, I'm out of here - Going to Mar-a-Lago for 16 days

President Donald Trump is not in the working mood right now. For two days in a row, the Twitter-in-Chief has not showed up to work until very late in the working day.

It's been reported by multiple sources that he is too invested in what pundits on television are saying about him.

He has a lot to think about after Justice Department lawyers have concluded that he committed a felony with his ex-lawyer Michael Cohen.

The fact that Trump is stressed out about all this is not a stretch of the imagination considering Cohen was just sentenced to three years in prison yesterday and says that when Mueller's report is finished, he is going to come out with a tell-all against Trump, including more Congressional testimony.

And, to corroborate Cohen's story, Trump's rich friend David Pecker signed a non-prosecution agreement with authorities, and said he worked "in concert with" the Trump campaign to pay off women and influence the 2016 election.

It's also been reported that Trump is fearful of being impeached now that Democrats control the House.

Time for vacation.

And, that's precisely what Trump is going to do. The Federal Aviation Administration just issued an alert to pilots to avoid the airspace over Mar-a-Lago spanning a 16 day time frame. That means, Trump is planning on getting the heck out of the White House and just in time for the Christmas holidays.

The only difference is this year Trump is going for much longer than he did last year. He must feel like he needs the extra days.

The Palm Beach Post mentions a good point: Trump will not be in Washington when the next Congress forms next year, either. That really is an extended vacation. The new Democratic Congress is sworn in on January 3rd, just after the new year.

So much for being the leader of the free world. Enjoy it while it lasts.