President Trump gave details of his intense daily schedule, suggesting that he only sleeps about five hours a night.
During an interview that aired Tuesday on Fox News's "The O'Reilly Factor," the president said he works "long hours, right up till 12 o'clock, 1 o'clock in the morning."
The president said he normally wakes up at 5 a.m.
In the morning, he said he reads the newspaper and watches television to catch up on the news.
During the interview, the president launched into a criticism of the media, saying he sees "the lies."
"You know the lies, that’s another thing. I always got sort of good press. You know as a business guy I got good press," Trump said.
"I have never — I call it, you know, fake news. Some of the networks and some of the papers, it’s so dishonest. The level of dishonesty, where they’ll take a story that should be good — I know good from bad."
White House press secretary Sean Spicer said last week that the president gets four hours of sleep a night "at best."
The president also said during the interview that aired Tuesday that the experience of being president and walking around the White House is "like a surreal experience in a certain way."
"But you have to get over it, because there's so much work to be done," the president said.
"Whether it's jobs or other nations that truly hate us, and are looking to do damage, you have to get over it."