In an interview, President Trump gave the details of his hectic daily schedule to Bill O’Reilly during an interview on “The O’Reilly Factor” on Fox News. Trump sleeps 4-5 hours a night as he goes to bed after work at about 12:00-1:00 am at night and wakes up early in the morning at 5:00 am.
President Trump, 70, said:
I am working long hours, long hours, and right up till 12:00 a.m. or 1:00 a.m.,
The President also elaborated on his morning rituals telling O’Reilly that he reads the papers and watches television to catch up on the news.
The President also criticised the media during the interview over “the lies” and fake news that is being spread widely. Trump gave the nation a piece of his mind on the issue saying:
You know the lies, that’s another thing. I always got sort of good press. You know as a business guy I got good press, I have never— I call it you know, fake news. Some of the networks and some of the papers, it’s so dishonest. The level of dishonesty, where they’ll take a story that should be good, I know good from bad.
Trump also criticized his opponents and general critics saying:
The first thing they do with the Republicans or conservatives is the racist card. They pull off the racist card,” he said. “They always do. Not just me. They do it with everybody. And I see that and once you know that, you feel a lot better about it.
His Move to White House
The president also mentioned during the interview that about his experience of being president and being at the prestigious White House calling it “a surreal experience in a certain way. But you have to get over it, because there’s so much work to be done,”
He went on to say about the experience:
I must tell you, the other day, I walked into the main entrance of the White House and I said to myself, ‘This is sort of amazing.’ Then, I walked into the Oval Office, which, and I have had the head of Ford and General Motors and all of these people, as they come to see me, I want to hear from them, and they walk into the Oval Office, and they have beautiful offices, and they feel the same way.