From a Salon article:
Always impulsive, the president increasingly believes he does not need advisers, according to people close to him. He is on his third chief of staff, third national security adviser, sixth communications director, second secretary of state, second attorney general and soon his second defense secretary. Turnover at the top has reached 65 percent, according to the Brookings Institution.
Some left in a cloud of corruption allegations, including his health and human services secretary, his Environmental Protection Agency chief and, most recently, his interior secretary. Others left after clashing with Mr. Trump. Mr. Mattis was the last of the so-called axis of adults seen by some as tempering a volatile president, following the ouster of Rex W. Tillerson as secretary of state, H.R. McMaster as national security adviser and John F. Kelly as chief of staff.Definitely the hall marks of a self-described "very stable genius".....
I know how to fix things. Let me hire a Secretary of Defense with zero military experience. Genius!
No doubt Napa and his ilk are very proud and I can only hope Napa is one of those not getting paid during the orange dumps childish temper tantrum.