Less than a month after Donald Trump was inaugurated, he made it clear to the country he was going to be a very different president. Trump and Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe were having dinner on the crowded terrace of his upscale Mar-a-Lago club in West Palm Beach, Fla., when an aide came to the table and told him North Korea had just tested a ballistic missile. Within minutes, that table was transformed into the White House situation room, with then-national security adviser Michael Flynn, chief strategist Steve Bannon and other staff members for the two leaders gathering around as Trump and Abe pored over documents in full view of startled Saturday night diners. “HOLY MOLY!!!” tweeted Richard DeAgazio, a club member who took pictures from where he was seated, a few tables away from Trump. “Wow … the center of action.” Trump was always going to be the center of action and the focus of government, whether he was tweeting from his White House quarters in the early morning hours, signing executive orders at his desk in the Oval Office or making rambling, hour-long speeches to enthusiastic supporters at rallies across the country. Even when Democratic challenger Joe Biden… Read full this story
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