Axios obtained Donald Trumpâ€™s schedule at several points during his administration. In 2019, it showed him in â€œexecutive timeâ€ for 60 percent of his working hours.
Axios reported that in 2018, â€œexecutive timeâ€ often meant Trump was â€œin his residence, watching TV, making phone calls and tweetingâ€ and that his typical day didnâ€™t begin until 11 a.m., soon after which he took an hourlong lunch.
Trump, who boasted in 2016 that he would â€œstay in the White House and work my ass offâ€ and wouldnâ€™t have time for vacations and golf, also spent 428 days of his presidency at a Trump Organization property, according to The Washington Post.
He played nearly 300 rounds of golf during his single term in office, costing taxpayers more than $150 million, with much of that money going into his own pocket since many of the golfing trips took place at his resorts.
Eric Trumpâ€™s comment prompted many fact-checking responses: