Baffled, brooding Trump searches for new approach
President Trump brought his chaos-and-loyalty theory of management into the White House, relying on competing factions, balanced by trusted family members, with himself perched atop as the gut-instinct decider. He now realizes this approach has flopped, and feels baffled and paralyzed by how to fix it, numerous friends and advisers tell us.
"Trump is thinking through his frustrations," said one Washington wise man close to the West Wing. "The team didn't put the windows in right."