Donald Trump's schedule is not overloaded

Donald Trump's schedule is not overloaded
    The American site "Axios" has published the timetable of the last three months of the American president.


    The American site "Axios" has published the timetable of the last three months of the American president. 

    The 45th President of the United States is an avid viewer, as evidenced by many of his posts on Twitter, which are all hot reactions to Fox News programs


    This is a new "leak" which the American president would gladly have passed. The publication of the schedule of the last three months of Donald Trump reveals very long hours without any activity announced.

    According to these documents, published this weekend by the site Axios, the first five hours of the day of Mr. Trump are usually placed under the sign of the executive time, a vague formula that leaves room for many interpretations. One certainty, however: the 45th President of the United States is a regular viewer, as evidenced by many of his posts on Twitter, which are all hot reactions to the programs of Fox News, his favorite channel.

    The President of the United States works "hard"

    But his team assures him: the president of the United States works "hard". For the US executive, reducing this "executive time" to free time is a caricature. "To scare the schedules is a shameful breach of trust," responded Madeleine Westerhout, a close associate of the White House tenant.

    "What they do not show are the hundreds of calls and meetings that Donald Trump participates in every day," she added on Twitter. This president works harder for Americans than anyone else before him in recent history. On Monday, as on most days last week, the US President's official schedule contained only two lines. At 11:45 am, the president was to attend the intelligence briefing, and at 12:45 he had lunch with the vice president.
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