For example, here's how he decided to kick off the 26th of January:
That's the President Of The United States calling a private citizen "traitor" before sunrise -- presumably while grappling with the aforementioned BM and/or greasing on the tanning lotion. After that, Donald goes on to watch a solid three hours of TV. First Morning Joe at 6, then Fox & Friends, and finally an ire-pumping dessert of CNN's "fake news." Unlike our previous president Obama (who did weights and cardio in the morning), the Don has openly admitted to not exercising. Most accounts of him describe a solitary, indoor person who watches an excessive amount of television, and some have even speculated that staffers with second floor offices have a "diminished standing" due to Trump's unlikeliness to climb a flight of stairs.
And so, as if the presidency wasn't health-damaging enough, Trump's daily leadership begins with a fierce declaration of war against his coronary artery.
9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.: Boring President Stuff
While the exact time varies from president to president, at some point they're required to actually sit down in the Oval Office and do work. Big Bush started at 7:00 a.m., Baby Bush at 7:30 a.m., Busy Barry got in around 8:30 a.m., and Cocksmith Clinton at 9:15 a.m.. According to a few accounts, Trump enters his oblong cubicle at 10 a.m. after attending breakfast events or meetings.