The fledgling Trump Presidency appears to finally be finding its groove after what was arguably one of its rockiest weeks.
Calm was first restored with the appointment of retired General John Kelly as a Chief of Staff properly empowered to assert the authority that the role requires.
This was quickly followed by the announcement that Beaker would take over the role vacated by Anthony Scaramucci, leading critics to breathe a huge sigh of relief.
“Finally competence is starting to take hold.”
Though some expressed surprise at the Muppet’s appointment to the specific role of communications director, more seasoned observers of the Trump administration insist this is good move.
“When Beaker speaks, though it sounds alarming, you can’t actually discern what he is saying – which is a vast improvement over his predecessor who also sounded alarming, but you could discern what he was saying, which was that Steve Bannon sucks his own cock or worse.”
Concerns that this was a trivial appointment based on Beaker sharing his hair color with the President were quickly dispelled during his first appearance at the podium where he exuded confidence.
“Meep meep meep meep MEEP!”
Beaker is considered an ideal person for the notoriously difficult job as he is used to dealing with chaotic environments, and doesn’t get fazed when he is doused in boiling water, being electrocuted, or dealing with the fallout of Trump’s latest twitter bombshell.
“It looks like a corner has been turned at long last.”