When the New York Times got their hand on the private day-to-day schedule for the President, showing  huge blocks of ‘Executive Time’ (code word for T.V. watching) Trump went ballistic, saying ‘leakers are traitors and cowards.’

In February, Axios went one step further, calculating that Trump spent 60 percent of his days in the unstructured time.

In response, Trump tweeted:

‘I work from early in the morning until late at night, haven’t left the White House in many months (except to launch Hospital Ship Comfort) in order to take care of Trade Deals, Military Rebuilding etc., and then I read a phony story in the failing @nytimes about my work schedule and eating habits, written by a third rate reporter who knows nothing about me.’

Since the leak, Trump’s schedule is now kept carefully guarded.



Hey, it takes time to fire off all those tweets!


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