Tr*mp says, "I have to tell you, it's an unbelievably complex subject. Nobody knew that health care could be so complicated." Nobody? Well, duh!
Our President had to stock his Cabinet with plutocrats, presumably because he just couldn't find enough wingnut ideologues — but he does have unreconstructed Confederate warrior Jeff Sessions, who has dropped the government's argument that the Texas voter ID law was designed to suppress minority voting. Can the other plaintiffs win without the backing of the Justice Department? We'll see.
Congress never pays much attention to presidential budget proposals, so we can ignore Tr*mp's speech and just wait for Paul Ryan. We are most likely to see yet another attempt at implementing supply-side economics, and need only look to Kansas to see how well that works.
It is obvious to the simple-minded that more military spending will "make America stronger" — except that it won't. Fortunately, this particularly dumb idea would have to be funded with cuts to enough programs popular in the various states to ensure it won't happen.
The cemetery vandalism will turn out to be the work of drunken young men, possibly wearing red caps; and the bomb threats not part of any organized plot, but individual acts inspired on 4chan or by the Daily Stormer. This doesn't make the problem any less serious: antisemitism is an inevitable accompaniment to any kind of xenophobia, and enough empty threats might inspire some demented individual to attempt a real bombing.
* * *Update (11PM): Well, he gave the campaign speech again.