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Trump Schedule || Monday, November 6, 2017

7:05 pm || Departs Tokyo, Japan
10:30 pm || Arrives at Osan Air Base; Osan Air Base, South Korea
10:55 pm || Has lunch with troops from the United States and the Republic of Korea; Camp Humphreys, Republic of Korea
11:20 pm || Receives an operational briefing; Camp Humphreys, Republic of Korea
12:45 am || Participates in meetings with President Moon Jae-In of the Republic of Korea; Blue House, Seoul, Republic of Korea
2:20 am || With the first lady, has tea and takes photographs with President Moon; Blue House, Seoul, Republic of Korea
2:45 am || Participates in a joint press conference with President Moon; Blue House
5:35 am || With the first lady, attends a state dinner; Blue House

All times U.S. Eastern
Live stream of press conference at 2:45 am

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6 Responses to Trump Schedule || Monday, November 6, 2017

  1. What a trooper and a good sport; lunch at midnight, and dinner at daybreak.
    Whoever designed this agenda didn’t take into account that MrTrump is 70 years old – no matter how active he is, there is a limit to what us old fogies can handle.

    • I booked a tour when I was 45 years old.
      Two weeks, Chicago to LA for connecting flight to Hawaii. Couple of days later, flight to Tahiti, couple days later, flight to the Marquesas Islands on a small charter flight. Nice visit, but return flight to Tahiti, to LA back to Chicago.
      I WAS EXHAUSTED! And all I did was tourists stuff.
      I don’t know where President Trump gets his strength from. But G-d bless him, and watch over him on this strenuous trip.

      • I’ve read that President Trump sleeps about 4-5 hours a night and the rest of the time is pretty much at full afterburner all day. He might take a power nap now and then, I dunno. He’s one of those high energy people that’s always moving, thinking, planning, doing, while needing very little down time.

        • Had a buddy who was into power naps years ago…”Fifteen minutes, no more than twenty!” he would say. Even though he’s no longer in our social circle, my friends and I still recall that quote to this day.

  2. One good thing about it is that there is a bedroom on Air Force One. At least he can take a power nap. But jet lag would still be a problem.