Notably, for starters, that Bill O'Reilly was fired from "Fox News." It was his self-serving statement that most-caught my eye, blaming all this on unsubstantiated rumors. Right, never mind the $13 million in payoffs that Fox has made, and the audio tape that surfaced, and the public statements that one woman has recently been making (sorry, her name slips my mind at the moment, and I'm rushing out in a few moments), very outspoken about what she faced. Also, I love O'Reilly's lawyer talking about a liberal conspiracy. If there even was, it would be for getting the news out about the actions, not the fireable actions themselves. And now the rest of the world can tell Mr. O'Reilly in his own adorable words, "Shut up."
Also, interesting to see Rep. Jason Caffetz (R-UT) head of the House Ethics Committee (sic) say he wasn't running for re-election -- but even more interesting that he wasn't ruling out running for office another time other than in 2018. It might have been a face-saving thing, or what I suspect is that he wants to run for the Senate, and sees the chance of Republicans (and himself, especially in his "Ethics" position having to deal with Trump -- or not deal him, rather) being vulnerable in 2018. So, get out of that race, and leave him without the mark of a loss on his record.
And good to see that the Navy's battleship convoy finally got its coordinates fixed. And so it at last made it on its way properly toward North Korea. (Sigh about that...) Sean Spicer's comments about how this was exactly what the president meant all along was pretty more by his own low standards.