Good week for:
Second acts, after Sean Spicer, President Trump’s hapless first press secretary, announced that he was available to give paid speeches on the lecture circuit and share “the same candor, wit, and insight” he brought to White House briefings.
Apple, after the New York Yankees accused the Boston Red Sox of using an Apple Watch to transmit stolen pitching signs. As Will Oremus in Slate.com observed, the Red Sox may have “finally found a good use for the Apple Watch.”
Andrew Jackson, who may remain on the $20 bill after all. The Obama administration decided to replace the former president with abolitionist Harriet Tubman, but current Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin said, “We’ve got a lot more important issues to focus on.” ■