President Donald Trump could be considering a mass termination of his staff, after criticisms about the failure of his administration are flooding him. Chief of Staff Reince Priebus, chief strategist Steve Bannon, White House counsel Don McGahn and press secretary Sean Spicer might be counting their last days at work.

Trump's frustration

The list of possible job terminations does not end yet, because Trump is also not satisfied with the performance of his cabinet members. His frustration and anger to almost everyone he is working with might eventually result to a total staff reboot in the White House.

The president has a perception that his cabinet secretaries are paying more attention to look good in the eyes of the people rather than telling good publicity about him. He is also mad at Jeff Sessions for going against his son-in-law Jared Kushner regarding criminal justice reform.

Other people that also upsets him includes HHS Secretary Tom Price and Commerce Secretary Ross. The former is being blamed for a slow development in the health care bill while the latter is being condemned for taking victory laps.

The president's wrong move

Trump has already fired James Comey as the FBI director, who was investigating for a possible treason that might have happened during the president's campaign.

Next to firing Comey, the worst thing that might have been done by Trump is to remove his Senior white house staff, who has a lot of information about Russia and his campaign. The personality of a good leader is reflected in the performance of his subordinates. In the case of Trump, who is planning to fire the people working below him, he might want to look within himself and make a thorough check whether he is leading them correctly.

It appears that with the progress on the investigation of the Russia Scandal, more politicians and citizens have their eyes and ears fixed on the White House, just waiting for a wrong statement and wrong move by the President and his team.

Meanwhile, the Secretary of State Rex Tillerson is not included "yet" in Trump's list of soon-to-be-terminated staffs because the president still adores him.

He was lauded for his answer regarding the Russian collusion in a very broad manner. Tillerson did not specifically discuss if Russia will be punished if the crime was really committed. He did not even touch the issue of the interference during the 2016 election. Instead, he just stated that election interference must be minimised and friendship between US and Russia must be further cultivated.