In January, Ariana Huffington, who for years has described herself as a "sleep evangelist," turned her evangelism on the soon-to-be-inaugurated President Trump. Speaking in Davos, Switzerland, Huffington called Trump "the poster child of sleep deprivation" and argued that he "should be separated from his phone at night, get a full night's sleep and stop tweeting in the middle of the night."
Trump sleeps about two to four hours nightly, The Post reported in November. In that regard, the
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