Meanwhile, Jacobi also said Trump’s short attention span was a problem for the administration.
“He’ll do something really good and then step all over the message on Twitter,” she told CNBC.
“My advice to him would be to keep his promises and then have miles to go before he tweets, paraphrasing an old American poem. He just can’t get it together and because he can’t get it together, the White House and the cabinet agencies can’t get it together either. They’re always catching up.”
Jacobi also criticized Trump’s unpredictability, which makes it harder for businesses to plan in the current environment.
“He changes his mind, he changes his position. He’s changed his mind on health care three times in the last 18 hours,” she said.
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