The US President Donald Trump rammed at the recommendation he spends much of his workday taking it easy, as the White House continued the search for the person behind an awkward revelation of the schedule of the US President.

As per the details disclosed in the last week, 60 percent of work life of Trump is classified as “executive time” defining unstructured time to make phone calls, read newspapers, tweeting, as well as watching television.

Attempting to set the record straight, the US President told such free time should be viewed as “positive, not negative”.Trump posted on Twitter, “ When the term Executive Time is used, I am generally working, not relaxing”. He also added, “In fact, I probably work more hours than almost any past President. ”

According to him, “ The media was able to get my work schedule, something very easy to do, but it should have been reported as a positive, not negative. When the term Executive Time is used, I am generally working, not relaxing. In fact, I probably work more hours than almost any past President…..”.

The US President continued, “ The fact is, when I took over as President, our Country was a mess. Depleted Military, Endless Wars, a potential War with North Korea, V.A., High Taxes & too many Regulations, Border, Immigration & HealthCare problems, & much more.”

“ I had no choice but to work very long hours”, added by the President, who hardly has official work before 11.00 am, according to the regular guidance emerged to the media by his press office.

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