Trump is cool with making Daylight Saving Time permanent
"Making Daylight Saving Time permanent is O.K. with me!" Trump tweeted.
It was the reason Congress used in enacting Daylight Saving Time during World War I and again after WWII, according to author David Prerau, who wrote a book which traced the history of the shift on Daylight Saving Time. 19659003] But a 2008 Department of Energy found that daylighting uses about 0.03%.
And while it's been a popular daylight saving time, those who have come to the farmers actually hear their harvest, the farmer actually vocalously fought the proposals
Ending Daylight Saving Time would require congressional approval, but it's already been bolstered by several Florida Republicans in Congress who sponsored legislation last year that would make daylight saving time permanently nationwide. The legislation died in Congress, but Florida Republican Sen. Marco Rubio reintroduced the legislation last week.
Last year, then-Florida Gov. Rick Scott signed a law to make Daylight Saving Time permanent in the Sunshine State, but Florida's switch on hold.
Americans have observed Daylight Saving Time switch for a little more than 1
00 years, but the amount of time they have been observing when the nation "falls back" at hour has continued to shrink.
The Standard Time Act established time zones and daylight saving. Daylight saving was repealed in 1919, but continued to be used in certain areas of the United States.
The Uniform Time Act of 1966 established the daylight saving time throughout the United States. The last Sunday in April to the last Sunday in October.
Today, eight months of Daylight Saving Time and four months in standard.
Currently, Hawaii and most of Arizona do not follow the Daylight Saving Time switch, and the United States territories of Guam, Puerto Rico, Virgin Islands and American Samoa.
CNN's Michael Pearson contributed to this report.