Last Friday ended what is arguably the Trump Administration’s most chaotic week. It was as if that nor’easter had blown through open White House windows, scattering senior staffers like so many branches torn off a tree. The president lost his fourth(!) communications director, Hope Hicks, after she admitted to Congress that she told a few “white lies” for him. Son-in-law and senior adviser to the president for pretty much everything, Jared Kushner, came under close scrutiny for his questionable decision to take a half-billion dollars in loans after conducting “financial and trade policy” discussions in the White House with the lenders. His ability to function as adviser was severely damaged, if not destroyed when his security clearance was reduced to the level of White House kitchen help. Reports are that at least four countries have tried to use Kushner’s financial woes and dangerous lack of diplomatic skills to their advantage. What’s the “whether forecast” for Kushner’s keeping his job? National Security Advisor H. R. McMaster was reported to be on his way out. Trump’s feud with Attorney General Jeff Sessions competed with the other storms, both weather- and politically-related, for front page space. Former Homeland Security chief John Kelly joked he “must have done something wrong and God punished me” by moving him into the West Wing as Trump’s Chief of Staff. All this pushed the president past his boiling point more than once, as he reportedly berated Hicks for telling Congress about the “white lies” and tweeted that Sessions’ failure to protect Trump was “disgraceful.” The AG merely replied he was just following the law.