Trump Cuts Down On The Hours Of His Official Work Day To Accommodate TV And Twitter Time

President Donald Trump many at times kick starts his official work day around 11 a.m and that is in alignment with the schedules from the White House. The passage of time is witnessing the U.S leader take up a completely new tend according to reports. The president’s starts are at the moment happening much later, something that has never happened even during those times when he was assuming office.

Trump has repeatedly demanded for what he commonly refers to as more ‘Executive Time’ for his days. A number of officials have moved ahead to reveal that Trump usually spends the time on Twitter and TV. The leader prefers spending the time all alone.

There is need to strike a comparison and according to Axios reporting it is said that during President George W. Bush’s reign he usually started his time in the Oval Office around 6:45 a.m whereas Barrackl Obama typically made his arrival at the office between 9 a.m. and 10 a.m.

In her response to Axios, Sarah Huckabee Sanders who is the current White House press secretary opined, “The time in the morning is a mix of residence time and Oval Office time but he always has calls with staff, Hill members, Cabinet members and foreign leaders during this time.”

Different opinions in relation to the matter are coming into play but it is all the same crucial to acknowledge that Trump from the very start has had a rather unique way of going about matters and that is according to Sanders. According to the leader, Trump needs to be given free space to make decisions that he deems important towards taking the United states to a new level and if this is one of them, then people should lean more on understanding him rather than raising much criticism.

It goes without saying that Trump has much to think about starting from the pressure coming from Iran which wants America to cooperate in line with a deal struck some time back. It was a deal revolving around the nuclear deals by Iran and we can’t dwell much speculations at the moment.