Commentators on FOX have been commenting that he seems to be getting more confident in his role as President. It should be of concern that rumors of more senior staff changes may be in the works - like totally eliminating the role of Chief of Staff. Please, no.
If General Kelly goes I imagine what's left of senior staff will drown in a pool of back stabbing, butt kissing and total chaos. Then Trump will bring in more of lesser caliber and they too, in time, will not survive. What's next after that? Trump alone? Dictator Trump? King Trump? Off with their heads!
The more I watch his blustery speech the more I realize what little grasp he has of most situations. His recent foray to the "wall" prototypes is a perfect example. Like the border agents will need to see through it. Duh. He liked the solid ones.
Or the signing of this horrendous budget. He didn't read it. His staff didn't have time to read it. Isn't this the same reason the Republicans pilloried Obamacare? Because no one had a chance to read it before voting on it? That they don't see the irony in their own actions confounds me.
I'd like to think a confident Trump would find it unnecessary to counter attack on Twitter everyone and everything that bristles his skin. Of course that's more wishful thinking. Insecure people bluster and bully to try and cover their insecurities. Of course it doesn't work.
Perhaps that's why Trump likes to surround himself with chaos. It's easy to blame others in the midst of confusion. And hope no one notices the truth.