Bolton: It'd be "interesting" to compare Trump's TV time to his time at work

‘I think that if you could clock the amount of time spent actually in the Oval Office versus the amount of time he spends in a little dining room off the Oval Office with the cable news networks, one form or another, on – it would be a very interesting statistic,’ Bolton told CBS News’ Face the Nation.

Trump’s former national security adviser was asked whether the president’s thinking is shaped more by what he watches in the media or by his aides and advisers.

‘I think it’s a combination of television and listening to people outside of the government that he trusts for one reason or another,’ Bolton told CBS host Margaret Brennan.