If this is what he's like surrounded by A-list advisers, expect chaos after they quit.
For Megan Mcardle's latest contributions to The Japan Times, see below:
For the first time, we must grapple with crime not just as a social problem, but also as a social matter.
Perhaps it's a payment system. If so, it's inferior to credit cards and grossly overvalued.
The outcome of #BelieveAllWomen is no utopia. We've seen such a repressive regime before.
Even in the era of "net neutrality" powerful corporations controlled internet content.
The cost of preventing thieves from stealing American's constitutionally guaranteed freedoms is growing increasingly high.
The internet is transforming the power of social coercion in extremely troubling ways.
Depressed turnout and record support for the National Front suggest that something real has happened in French politics, something that should worry the establishment.
The drip-drip-drip of revelations about Hillary Clinton's actions have been far worse for her than if she'd been more forthcoming in the first place.
If there is any way to bring out the private, likable Hillary Clinton before a larger, public audience, then her campaign needs to find it quick.