His preference is for dealmaking, for the bright shiny object in the moment. That suggests to me that government will be in the hands of the people he’s appointed. But how that works out remains to be seen, because at some point a president has to be engaged in the question of how well we’re doing.
That’s Michael D’Antonio’s take at Vox. What all the current uproar misses is that Donald Trump is consistently himself, and what D’Antonio misses, consistently a man of his class, of big, heedless, bullying money.