Interestingly, both Trump and Spicer have been trying to not be noticed quite so much recently.
That does *not* mean that Trump's not been busy making himself and other people rich.
Trump has come out radically in favour of the GOP's version of TrumpCare.
Nevermind that if you voted for Trump, you are more likely to be negatively affected by this moronic, unworkable, and inevitably short-lived program.
Of course, Trump hates to worry about things like that when he's out golfing at taxpayer expense (8 out of the last 10 weekends, he and his entourage have flown to his resort in Florida...thanks for letting us pay for that Donny.)
But that's okay...I don't think he's going to fret too much over the 10th tee. See, he's got a plan.
The only folks who can legitimately question the financials of this plan is the Congressional Budget Office. Anyone else, and they are just spouting sour grapes, or are a tool of the media (the "enemy of the people").
The budget office will no doubt tell Trump the plan won't work. He'll be trying to pass it anyway in the hopes he'll be seen to be Doing Something.
However, when it fails, he's not about to take the blame.
Oh no, he's already started planning to blame the budget office for not knowing what they're talking about.
And as much as I'd like to say I never say this sorta thing: Neener, Neener, told ya so.