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I scheduled my days like Donald Trump for a week — and it gave me new respect for his energy

On Wednesday, January 17, 2018, I officially became the president of the United States. Well, not officially. That day marked the first in a one-week experiment in which I tried out Donald Trump's daily routine. Axios and The New York Times had reported on different aspects of Trump's schedule. I scoured the articles for details about what time he wakes up and goes to bed, what time he starts work, and how he spends the time when he's not in meetings — then tried to copy everything for five workdays.
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