It isn't easy being Donald Trump these days: so many people to silence and so little time. Muzzling those who have damaging evidence on you can be exhausting in the best of circumstances, and keeping a lid on so much incriminating information springing from so many different sources would make anyone cranky. The president has had to block the disclosure of his tax returns, stonewall congressional subpoenas, fire a slew of inspectors general investigating corruption in his administration and launder $130,000 in hush money to buy the silence of a porn star with whom he was having an "alleged" affair four months after his third wife gave birth to their son. And that's just for starters. It is never a good sign when the United States Marine Band has to be pointedly reminded not to play "Hail to the One-Man Racketeering Enterprise" when the president appears.