There’s a path for a successful year for Trump

The first two-and-a-half months of Donald Trump’s presidency have been anything but boring.

In fact, the pace simply is not sustainable — not for the president, not for his staff, not for the White House press corps.

The stunning Obamacare setback dealt to President Trump and House Speaker Paul D. Ryan by their own Republican conference will have real repercussions.

It emboldened the Freedom Caucus. It gave Democrats a victory. It threw a wrench into a finely crafted legislative strategy and complicates the legislative schedule for this year. And it makes tax reform, already difficult, that much harder.

But all is not lost.