Since President Donald Trump officially entered the White House in January of 2017, many officials have either been fired or resigned from their positions. Here's a list of those who have left so far.
Trump announced Secretary of State Rex Tillerson was fired via Twitter on March 13, 2018.
Gary Cohn, Director of the National Economic Council, resigned in wake of tariff rift on March 6, 2018.
White House Communications Director Hope Hicks resigned at the end of February 2018.
Rob Porter (right), White House Staff Secretary, resigned amid domestic abuse accusations in early February 2018.
CDC Director Dr. Brenda Fitzgerald resigned after reports that she bought shares in tobacco company in January 2018.
Andrew McCabe stepped down as FBI deputy director in late January 2018.
Director of Communications for White House Office of Public Liaison Omarosa Manigault Newman, a former contestant on "The Apprentice," also announced her resignation in January 2018.
Tom Price, Secretary of Health and Human Services, resigned in September 2017 in the midst of a scandal over his use of private planes.
Sebastian Gorka, deputy assistant to President Trump, left his position at the White House in August 2017.
White House chief strategist Steve Bannon was out of his position in August 2017.
Anthony Scaramucci was out as the White House Communications Director at the end of July 2017.
Reince Priebus was also out at the end of July 2017 as Trump's Chief of Staff.
Press Secretary Sean Spicer resigned in July 2017 as well in the White House shakeup.
Walter Shaub, director of the previously little-known Office of Government Ethics, announced he was leaving the federal government at the beginning of July 2017.
Trump fired FBI Director James Comey at the beginning of May 2017 after Trump's attorney general and deputy attorney general recommended his removal.
US Attorney Preet Bharara would not submit a letter of resignation as requested by the Trump administration. He was then fired in March of 2017.
Trump asked for National Security Adviser Michael Flynn's resignation just one month after being sworn into office.
Sally Yates was fired from her position as acting Attorney General at the end of January 2017.