'Great Day at the White House' Tweet From Donald Trump

'Great Day at the White House' Tweet From Donald Trump

President Trump said his new chief of staff John Kelly will do a "tremendous job", after his swearing-in on July 31. John McCain and TV news personality Megyn Kelly.

The critics surmised: He had to stop talking like that. The general was, according to the Times, unhappy at Scaramucci's access to Trump. And through it all, the constant churn in campaign personnel.

Time and again, it appeared Trump might settle down and act more like a traditional prospective Oval Office occupant.

There were two weeks just before Election Day when Trump cut back on Twitter and stayed on script at public rallies - possibly aiding his Electoral College shocker. This is a fine defense and not a sign of chaos or panic on anyone's part.

But it didn't last. It is now honor, integrity, trust, and the restoration of decency.

On Capitol Hill, it has been maximum disruption, minimal legislation.

What does this latest shakeup mean for the turbulent Trump White House? After a thorough rinsing, strip his credentials and escort him personally off the White House grounds'.

On the one hand, the president has a point. While what I'm urging may not be the "Trump" brand, it is the brand of a leader. Trump angrily demanded the Senate return to the issue one more time, and was ignored.

If you have been on vacation, you may have been buried in a good summer novel and missed the real-life story of Anthony Scaramucci, whose tenure as White House director of communications lasted just 10 days. Reporters have the right to ask questions. A new path. An actual pivot.

The dollar dropped as low as around ¥110.20 in New York trading overnight, in the wake of media reports that Trump decided to sack Scaramucci. It also applies to Steven Bannon, the senior adviser often cast as Trump's conduit to the alt-right.

Meanwhile, Kushner is leaking to the White House interns that the Trump campaign was TOO INCOMPETENT TO COLLUDE WITH ANYONE (Kushner continues to be both a particle and a wave; his collusion cat is always dead, though), and then the interns told a reporter.

The job of the WHDOC is to oversee and coordinate all aspects of the administration's communications. There is scant precedent or reason to expect he will.

When Reince Priebus wants to talk with the most powerful aide in the West Wing, he steps out of his corner office, walks down the hall toward the Oval Office, and knocks on the door of Jared Kushner-sometimes twice.