Asked how he has changed since taking office, the former businessman—who as a candidate touted his ability to cut deals—said: “The magnitude of everything is so big, and also the decisions are so big. You know, you’re talking about life and death. You’re not talking about ‘you’re going to make a good deal.’” Huh. The presidency isn't just about making good deals. Since that was basically Trump's sole alleged qualification for the office, I wonder what role he now thinks he's going to play?