I think I’ll leave the defense of Donald Trump’s "well-oiled machine" up to his supporters. For now, I’d just like to submit a partial list of facts regarding his first month in office.
Along with Congressional investigations into Russian collusion, there are three separate FBI investigations. The travel ban was, by any reasonable measure, a disaster. The National Security advisor, Michael Flynn, resigned after 24 days, the shortest tenure by far of any NSA. The Yemen raid fiasco. The first time in history the vice president casts a deciding vote for a cabinet nominee. Lies regarding voter fraud, crowd size, electoral vote margin, media coverage and payment for the border wall.
His attacks on the judicial branch, referring to a Republican-appointed judge, as a so-called judge. He admittedly signed an executive order that he didn’t fully understand that gave a top political advisor unprecedented access to the National Security Council. The cost to taxpayers of his weekend trips to Florida, which has already cost more than President Obama’s first year.
Finally, he insults the intelligence of Americans, those who support him and those who don’t, by having the audacity to call this unprecedented chaos a "well-oiled machine."