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I'm in agreement with Henry Blodget, editor-in-chief of the Business Insider website, who later the same day puts Huffington on the spot during a conference session, saying: "You've always been an inspiration as a media mogul - now I understand you're trying to sell me pillows." It is true, there are pillows - emblazoned with the mantra "sleep your way to the top" - scattered on a giant bed, plus a meditation room full of fluffy rugs and a display of mobile apps that help weight loss, manage cravings and collect "gratitude videos" - 80% of recipients of the videos report having cried "tears of joy".
I am encouraged to take a 20-minute nap in a gently vibrating $10,000 sleep pod as the sound of waves crash in my ears.
Certainly Donald Trump tried to capitalise on his rival's stamina levels, at one point tweeting: "Hillary Clinton is taking the day off again, she needs the rest." But Huffington thinks the US President-elect is possibly more sleep-deprived, hence all those late-night tweets that risk causing diplomatic incidents.