The Times and the WaPost team up to create a third party. Problem: Trump came to town with his own media and 50 million folks on Twitter/Facebook.

New York Times: Trump's First Week: Misfires, Crossed Wires and a Satisfied Smile  

Ruth Marcus / Washington Post: Trump's erratic first week was among the most alarming in history

Actually,  Trump's first week far exceeded expectations.  He won the support of Big Labor,  the Auto Industry,  Construction Unions,  and, Theresa May,  as he fulfilled one campaign promise after another.  

His representation for the American Working Man is the driving force, here.  The 73 million voting Americans (and counting) who are watching with approval,  are witnessing a CEO who knows what the hell he is doing and is on the job  . . . . . . . . .  not on the freaking golf course or running all over the nation raising money and giving speeches.  Enough of that pointless crap.