To Donald Trump, loyalty is a one way street, only to him, but not to others.
Trump has spent his whole life exploiting others for his own benefit, so it is not surprising that he has now dumped Sean Spicer and Reince Priebus, and that he is humiliating Attorney General Jeff Sessions, who seems unlikely to survive for long.
Trump expects total loyalty, and those who work for him, due to their own ambitions, refuse to repudiate him, even when dismissed, but one wonders if some day they will tell the truth about their monstrous boss, who uses everyone until their value is degraded, and then has no issue as to how they feel or react to their dismissal.
Trump has no willingness ever to care about others, all part of his narcissism, egotism, and delusional personality.
The best thing that could happen, but apparently will not, is that his aides and cabinet should unite together and convince Vice President Mike Pence that Trump is incompetent, dangerous, mentally unstable, and needs to be removed from office under the 25th Amendment Section 4.
The time of a major crisis is near with North Korea, and apparently, they will soon be capable of striking the continental United States in another year with a nuclear weapon.
Can we afford a man of such utter incompetence, lack of experience, and poor judgment as Donald Trump to deal with what could be the biggest crisis since September 11?