60% Of Trump’s Calendar Has Been “Executive Time” Since The Midterms

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Sarah Sanders said Trump's schedule allows "for a more creative environment", which contributes to his success.

A source from the White House recently leaked about 51 private schedules for President Trump, according to Axios. The schedules reveal that most of Trump’s mornings are listed as “Executive Time” which are listed as taking place in the Oval Office. Since the midterm elections, “Executive Time” has summed up to about 297 hours, which is more than triple the amount of time he has dedicated to scheduled meetings for policy planning and legislative strategy.

According to the report, the aforementioned “Executive Time” typically consists of Trump spending time in his residence and responding to content he views on television and in the news. It was also reported that at times the president will host spur of the moment meetings, which some believe are done out of the fear of leaks.

"While he spends much of his average day in scheduled meetings, events, and calls, there is time to allow for a more creative environment that has helped make him the most productive President in modern history." -Sarah Sanders

The leaked private schedules can be found here.