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Donald Trump may have had a rocky first three weeks in office, but they now look like a blissful honeymoon compared to the fourth one.

Amid a flurry of leaks and reports of staff disarray, Trump suffered his first defeat on a Cabinet nomination, withdrawing his choice for labor secretary. He gave up on his appeals in State of Washington v. Trump, leaving the order suspending his “travel ban” intact.

Anonymous aides portrayed the nation’s CEO roaming the White House alone at night in his bathrobe, watching cable news obsessively, and calling his national security adviser Michael Flynn at 3 a.m. to ask whether a strong or weak dollar was better for America. That same retired Lt. Gen. Flynn soon found himself defenestrated from the young administration, ostensibly for misrepresenting his contacts with the Russian ambassador during the transition.

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Donald Trump speaks as Vice President Mike Pence looks at the Congress of Tomorrow Republican Member Retreat on January 26 in Philadelphia. Dean Falvy writes that Trump’s marathon press conference refocused attention on his mental competence and stability. Critics have never been shy about diagnosing Trump with various psychological conditions, the most popular being narcissistic-personality disorder. But many self-obsessed people are capable of functioning at a high level professionally, as Trump has for much of his life. But the astonishing achievement of reaching the presidency seems to have aggravated Trump’s insecurities and grievances, to the point where mental illness has become the elephant in the White House Situation Room. Alex Wong/Getty

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