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this is more like a pressed cardboard than anything else, it looks like cherry but believe me it is not
If you are careful, you can trim as much as you want, although Jeld-Wen doesn't recommend it and it might void their warranty. These doors are hollow and the surfaces are very thin (about 2mm thick) fiberboard with a wood veneer. Each end is plugged with a fiberboard rail the width of the door, about an inch tall and about 1 3/4 inches thick, glued inside the veneer. If you trim more than that inch, you will expose the hollow core of the door. So you have to save those rails you cut off each end, and carefully peel the veneer off each side of the rail, and then sand the rail smooth of glue and veneer to prepare it for the next step. (alternatively you could fashion completely new rails out of 2x4 stock). Then you glue the rails back into the hollow space at the top and/or bottom. You might have to chisel away some of the cardboard spacing material inside the door to make room for the rail to slide in. It's not easy but I have done it. The main risk is that when you saw into the hollow part of the door, the veneer can splinter because it is not backed by the rail. To minimize splintering you can put tape over the area where you will cut. Another trick is to use a utility knife to pre-score the veneer along the cut line. If you are using a circular saw, cut with the outside surface of the door toward the saw. If you're using a jigsaw turn the door over and cut with the inside surface toward the saw. Here is a web page that shows how in detail https://woodshms.com/wp/sawing-a-hollow-core-door-to-length/
The Jeld Wen answer is useless. If it is constructed of Pine, which is classified as a soft wood, why do they call it a "Hardwood Interior Door Slab". Sure the interior of the hollow core door is made of a pine perimeter and cardboard in the interior, but what is the species of the "hardwood" veneer on the exterior?
divide the amount you want to trim, between both sides