At Fox News, Chris Stirewalt says the administration is changing in response to a disorganized last six months: "We see discipline emerging out of the fog of chaos...we see order start to emerge here."
But others point to the fact that getting rid of Priebus and Spicer and hiring Scaramucci was supposed to be the reset. Instead, the Mooch gave an expletive-laden interview to the New Yorker, generated more chaos, and ending up getting fired. How many resets does this White House get?
Scaramucci is really smooth at the podium as he pushes to reset WH Comms
Where's Secretary of State Rex Tillerson? Who is heading up the Department of Homeland Security now that Kelly has been moved to White House Chief of Staff? Is embattled Atty. Gen. Jeff Sessions in or out? Political observers say they've never seen administration meltdown on this scale before.
I’m sure this all makes the Trump administration an exciting place to work — from one day to the next you never know who’s at war with whom, who’s getting fired, what sweeping policy changes will be made, or what the president will tweet next. Most of Trump’s agenda is stalled, half the key jobs are vacant, senior officials can’t wait to get out of town, and everybody’s leaking to the press about what a mess it all is. This is one fine-tuned machine all right.