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Geleakter the calendar of the US President : Trump defends himself against the accusation that he worked too little

US President Donald Trump has kept on the allegation rather more relaxed working hours. "The fact is, I probably have longer work days than almost all presiden

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Geleakter the calendar of the US President : Trump defends himself against the accusation that he worked too little

US President Donald Trump has kept on the allegation rather more relaxed working hours. "The fact is, I probably have longer work days than almost all presidents before me," tweeted tweeted Trump on Sunday. When he took over the office of President, have prevailed in the United States Chaos, he added in another Tweet. "I had no other choice than to work very long days!"

The U.S. Website "Axios" was released a week ago Trumps confidential calendar for the past three months. Thus, a full 60 percent of the working time of the presidents were classified as "Executive time". These are phases through without structured processes, and appointments, in which Trump calls, Breakfast, tweet, or news channels keep track of. Mostly official dates are only at 11.00 PM or even later.

Trump defended himself against the suspicion, he would use the time before 11 a.m. for work. "When the term Executive is used for a long time, then I don't work in the rule, and relax," wrote Trump. This time must not be regarded as "positive, negative".

Also Trumps Transition chief of staff, Mick Mulvaney took the President in protection. "The Executive time is the next Meet and the last Meet to prepare," said Mulvaney in the NBC's "Meet the Press". "The phone calls start at 6: 30 and go until 23: 00." Trump is working more than what was recorded in the calendar.

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