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The president's management style seems to be to encourage factionalism among people below him. He seems to place value on watching people fight.feedback
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Ari Fleischer has been quoted 57 times. The one recent article where Ari Fleischer has been quoted is An Over-the-Top New Yorker Will Run Trump’s Communications Shop. Most recently, Ari Fleischer was quoted as having said, “If the president thinks he's surrounded by good people fighting for him, defending him and doing a really good job at it, then the president won't feel the need to push boundaries himself and make the mistakes that he's made on Twitter.”.
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May 17 2017 - Trump Presidency

It's torture – torture because of everything that is happening externally, but it's also torture because of how divided the White House is internally. It makes it very hard to keep your head up and do your job. If you don't give people something substantive to talk about in Washington, they will be plenty happy to talk about things that are personal, political and scandal-related.feedback

May 17 2017 - Trump Presidency

The meaning and importance of his first trip abroad will be exaggerated, but it gives him a chance to get bipartisan accolades, or a chance to fail badly and have the failure exaggerated.feedback

May 16 2017 - Trump Presidency

It's always a hard job, but there's no question in my mind the president has made it harder for his immediate staff, which is there to support him.feedback

Apr 12 2017

Sean made a big one today. He handled it properly. He apologized. Now, he's going to take a pounding, and he's going to move forward.feedback

Apr 04 2017 - Iraq

The moment of vulnerability is, if they know you're coming, a surface-to-air missile going after the airplane.feedback

Apr 02 2017

Just because it makes for juicy TV doesn't mean it's good for the republic. And reporters, knowing their colleagues and editors are watching, become more confrontational. The conversation can often be convivial, but when it's live on TV it becomes far more adversarial. It's a TV show, you're playing your part.feedback

Mar 31 2017 - Obamacare

One of the keys to understanding Washington is to think a little bit like a coroner. You have to know when something's dead and when something's still kicking, and sometimes it's hard to tell the difference. People in both parties generally have a lot of heartfelt investments in the policies they're pursuing. Particularly for core promises, the formality of declaring it dead is gut-wrenching, so you cling to hope and you don't declare it dead 'til you have no choice.feedback

Mar 20 2017

They've become a really fun new power couple.feedback

Mar 18 2017

It's a pattern with him – he sometimes counterpunches so hard he hits himself.feedback

Mar 18 2017

This White House is on two tracks. The legislative one, which has been surprisingly and pleasantly productive, and the other one full of self-induced error.feedback

Mar 02 2017

First of all, the attorney general should have proactively brought up his Russian contacts at the [confirmation] hearing. I still have faith in the Congress and the FBI to get to the bottom of Russian interference in the election. It should be rare and extraordinary and beyond a shadow of a doubt when you convene a special committee or you call in a special investigation.feedback

Feb 17 2017

Presidents lose advisers, presidents lose Cabinet picks. The key is to trust your personnel and trust your institutions to get through it.feedback

Feb 15 2017

When you are the White House, every day is a crisis. Crisis is routine.feedback

Jan 23 2017

There have been times when the administration had the high ground, like when Spicer denied that the bust of Martin Luther King was removed from the Oval Office, contrary to a reporter's tweet. I do not think the White House had high ground to get into a meaningless argument about how many people showed up to watch the inaugural. Who cares?feedback

Jan 23 2017

Sean was doing what the president told him to do. I can only picture the scene … when the president said to Sean, You need to go out and you need to fix this and you need to fix it now. The poor press secretary is put under tremendous pressure when that happens to quickly collect facts, gather data, make the case.feedback

Jan 22 2017

"This is called a statement you're told to make by the President. And you know the President is watching,"feedback

Jan 18 2017

It ain't happening. At least not for Donald Trump.feedback

Jan 18 2017

Donald Trump was able to come in and expand the party in a way that nobody anticipated. That doesn't change demographics. And the Republicans' central issue remains: America is becoming more diverse. And Republicans have got to expand in order to be successful.feedback

Jan 18 2017 - Republican Party

Donald Trump's presidency, along with much of the future of the Republican Party, is going to rise and fall with the status of the economy.feedback

Jan 09 2017

Add this to the long and growing list of things that pull us apart.feedback

Nov 13 2016

This is a big test for Pence. If it goes well, it will portend a bigger job for him in the White House.feedback

Nov 13 2016

Only the truly powerful can be that silent. And when he did talk, it was pretty impactful.feedback

Nov 10 2016

Presidents should not be involved in that matter. But I would be concerned.feedback

Nov 06 2016

The campaign is a great indication of what will happen in a White House.feedback

Nov 06 2016

It would be even worse if he does it with majesty and the power of the presidency on his hands.feedback

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