Reports have surfaced over the last week that President Donald Trump is so angry about his staff handling of the string of scandals. Thursday, Judge Andrew Napolitano told Fox News' Shep Smith that Trump's rage may have reached a level that he's prepared to fire his entire staff.
Napolitano told Smith that he doesn't anticipate the president will take today well.
"I know how strong and towering his personality is and I know how strong his opinion is of his own ability to get things done," he continued. "You may see that clean sweep in the west wing that's been rumored for a long time, from and after today."
"You're talking Sean Spicer," Smith began counting off on his fingers. "Jeff Sessions."
"Well, that was a shock too, to learn three days ago that his strongest supporter, his longest time supporter, his first supporter among Republicans in the U.S. Senate, the person he probably talked to about becoming Attorney General a long time ago, is so disgusted with the way things are going that he offered to resign," Napolitano replied throwing up his hands.
Watch the full exchange below: