Yeah, sure, the weird situation in Washington continues, with the investigation into Trump's campaign ties to Russia continuing, and confirmation that Trump prefers to make his baseless claims from what Breitbart and Fox News tells him, rather than his intelligence community.
But all sensible people had already realised this, so it doesn't feel new.
Of course, what it means for foreign governments dealing with him is anyone's guess - they know they're dealing with a gullible, emotionally needy (jeez, how long is going to continue holding rallies just to cheer himself up?) idiot, so what hope do they have of negotiating in good faith with him, or his administration? His behaviour with Merkel made him look like a misogynist who especially can't conduct serious negotiations with a woman he doesn't agree with.
We nervously await his first serious test from a foreign power.
Meanwhile, in Australia, the Coalition federally keeps fretting about a terribly minor issue as far as the big picture goes - s18C of the Racial Discrimination Act. And coming up with semi populist ideas that don't make any good sense (release superannuation to buy a house as an answer to the ridiculous house prices in Sydney and Melbourne.)
It all has the feeling of a government fiddling around the edges, casting about for ideas, and not really knowing where to find them.
What about the one, big, unexpected one that went over well in the media last week - Turnbull's Snowy Mountain expansion? I am not inclined to get too excited until the feasibility study comes in. The last were done in the 1980's, apparently, and since then, I thought there was an issue with decreased precipitation likely due to climate change. That's the first hurdle with any hydro scheme - enough water.
Oh, here's something to amuse me - watching the build up to the release of the next Samsung phone. OK, maybe it's a tad more pathetic than amusing, watching how companies and their PR staff go about trying to create intrigue and excitement over a product which is, in truth, probably only a marginal improvement over the last high end phone. But really, it has been interesting watching the ad campaigns deployed by Samsung to overcome the fear of their exploding batteries. And beside, I still love my tablet and my Samsung TV - I want this company to do well.