White House calling Trump's TV, tweeting breaks "Executive Time"

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President Donald Trump's workday schedule is shrinking, and packed with "Executive Time" - i.e. time spent watching TV and tweeting - according to a new report from Axios.

After seeing a copy of the president's daily schedule, the website reports that Trump normally doesn't start his day until 11am because he's too busy watching TV, talking on the phone, and playing on social media. When asked about his shrinking schedule, White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders said that Trump was "one of the hardest workers [she'd] ever seen and puts in long hours and long days almost every day of the week all year long". According to The New York Times, the only people allowed to touch the TV remote are Trump and the technical support staff. But Trump was unhappy with the long hours and pushed for a later start to his day.

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According to Axios, Trump typically goes back to his residence at around 6 p.m., where he will again make calls and watch television. He then has "Executive Time" for an hour followed by an hour lunch in the private dining room.

And that is partly true because Trump has hours of unstructured free time during the day, when he should, rightfully, be working, to stoke public anger by taking to Twitter to drop rhetorical neutron bombs.

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Yet critics began openly questioning Trump's psyche last week following a tweet in which he said he has a bigger nuclear button than North Korea leader Kim Jong Un, and the publication of a tell-all book in which anonymous Trump acquaintances questioned the president's stability. Trump has repeatedly praised "Fox and Friends" for its favorable coverage of him, while blasting networks like MSNBC and CNN for their more critical coverage of his administration and policies.

He said a year ago: "I don't get to watch much television".

Trump apparently used to work longer hours and have more meetings at the beginning of his presidency, but he didn't like that and made some changes.

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