The first leg of Trump’s trip produced “the best six days of his presidency,” said Chris Cillizza in CNN.com. There were no major controversies or scandals, and no incendiary tweets. Trump was in his element: being the “public face, the salesman, the cheerleader for a brand”—in this case, America. And his aides were able create “an almost-totally controlled environment for Trump,” where nearly everything he said and did was planned and scripted. Trump should stick with this way of operating when he returns to Washington, but he almost certainly won’t. When he once again is immersed in leaks from aides, headlines about Russia, and “watching cable TV,” he’ll go back on the attack, and blurt out whatever he’s feeling at the moment.