Mr. Trump's statement the calm before the storm seemed to come right after
Trump's anger at Secretary of State Tillerson's alleged comment about Mr. Trump being a moron.
When asked what he meant by the statement or even what it was in reference to, we got the standard "you'll see" answer.
And with that we are off awaiting the next episode of this stranger than fiction reality show.
This kind of cryptic statement is just the latest in a string of figure it out for yourself bizarre things Trump has said.
Isn't it odd that even though he purports to have "the best words" he doesn't seem to be able to find them when it matters most.
While other presidents have used their standing to give comfort to those who have faced tragedy and grief, Mr Trump seems content to belittle and shame.
Take the people of Puerto Rico, after a public scolding of San Juan's Mayor and reminding his audience that Katrina was a real tragedy because more people died.
And shame on Puerto Rico for messing with the budget.
He gleefully tossed rolls of paper towels into a crowd of people who are still without power and drinking water. And when criticized for his response to the relief efforts such as they are, he gave his own version of what has transpired under his watch.
It appears to be the storm after the storm. But perhaps Jon Stewart put it best...
Have a wonderful weekend...
Noodle and crew