Maybe they are having 'pillow talk:' Conservative jokes about what Trump and Kim Jong-Un do during 'executive time'
Standing in front of the flags of their two countries, Donald Trump and Kim Jong Un made history in Singapore. (AFP / SAUL LOEB)

Another one of President Donald Trump's schedules was leaked to the media and pundits are scrutinizing the president over his use of unstructured executive time.

During MSNBC's Nicolle Wallace show, conservative Charlie Sykes ripped Trump for having a comfy relationship with North Korea leader Kim Jong-Un.

Trump tweeted that he plans on having another summit with Kim Jong-Un.

"This is just galling," Wallace said.

"When it comes down to it, this is not a real-estate opportunity. North Korea is a totalitarian government," Sykes said

He then wondered what Trump and Kim Jong-Un did during "executive time."

“What? During the executive time they have pillow talks?” he asked.

"Not sure maybe they write love letters," Wallace responded.

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