From where the 45th President works, eats and sleeps, everything is going just great. Now if only everyone else would see it that way.
BY Michael Scherer and Zeke J. Miller
PHOTOGRAPHS BY BENJAMIN RASMUSSEN FOR TIME
In a few minutes, President Donald Trump will release a new set of tweets, flooding social-media accounts with his unique brand of digital smelling salts—words that will jolt his supporters and provoke his adversaries.
Nearly a dozen senior aides stand in the Oval Office, crowding behind couches or near door-length windows. This is the way he likes to work, more often than not: in a crowd. He sits behind his desk finishing the tasks of the day, which have included watching new Senate testimony about Russian involvement in the 2016 presidential election, by signing orders in red folders with a black Sharpie.
When he held the job,