A recent willingness to cut deals with congressional Democrats, together with the appointment of ex-Marine General John Kelly as White House Chief of Staff, is fueling speculation about the emergence of a new-model Trump. But will his character and anarchic style of governing stand in the way of an effective presidency?
- Elizabeth Drew thinks so, arguing that Trump thrives on chaos.
- So does David Harris, who condemns the immorality of Trump's initial decision to end the “Dreamers” program for young people brought to the US illegally.
- But Michael J. Boskin explains how Trump could still succeed.