At Tampa Bay Times
He joins a daily morning transition meeting with his family and
staff, but still maintains the routine that sustained him during the
campaign: starting his day at 5 a.m. reading the New York Post and the New York Times,
then switching on MSNBC's Morning Joe, whose co-host Joe Scarborough he
once publicly savaged but now often seeks out for advice.
He gets angry when members of his inner circle get too much of the
spotlight, as Rudy Giuliani did when headlines about his millions of
dollars in speaking fees appeared as the former New York mayor was
publicly promoting himself to be Trump's secretary of state.
And Trump has happily resumed control of his Twitter feed, using it to bash targets in the news media.