If, when defending your support for Donald Trump, and your response is,
"But but but... HILLARY!!!", then you lost the argument before you even began.
I'm a little surprised that you've never seen or experienced the above yourself either. I see people do this all the time, and quite honestly was under the impression that it was closer to the rule and less the exception.
Oh, and I've also had people give me their 2 weeks notice as well. In none of those cases, was I anything but happy for them. They were always professional, and I was always supportive. Sure it's more work to hire/train someone new, but that's why it's called "work." I don't understand the premise that someone's feelings will be hurt either. I can see how that COULD happen, but certainly don't see why it would have to.
If I was driving a 2008 Nissan, and it worked perfectly fine... but won a Lexus somehow... I'd drive the Lexus, but that wouldn't mean that the Nissan had something "wrong" with it or was "obviously bad." See what I mean?
I had my position eliminated when a company closed a satellite office I was working out of, and while yeah... it definitely bothered me, it might not be the same as what you're asking me. I had a pretty hard time adjusting right afterwards for a few days, but what can ya do, right? **** happens.