“Be careful … at some point I fight back.”
Martin Bailes

Here is a quote from the documentary film “The Psychopath Next Door”:

Ironically, the ruthless winner-take-all ethos of North American culture nurtures and rewards psychopathy. Charming, manipulative and ruthless, these are the “snakes in suits” who don’t rob the bank, but instead become a director of it. These “successful psychopaths” — those who attain prominent positions in society — may be overrepresented in certain occupations, such as politics, entertainment and business.
Psychopaths love chaos and hate rules, so they tend to thrive in the fast-moving world of business, says Dr. Paul Babiak, a psychologist from New York City. “They have traits similar to ideal leaders. You would expect an ideal leader to be narcissistic, self-centred, dominant, very assertive, maybe to the point of being aggressive.” They are verbally abusive, subject to rages and totally lacking in empathy or remorse, all of which makes them natural predators.

I will leave it up to you to come up with current examples.