High-profile departures from the White House
Since 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.Photo by: Pool Gary Cohn, Director of the National Economic Council, resigned in wake of tariff rift on March 6, 2018.Photo by: Alex Wong White House Communications Director Hope Hicks resigned at the end of February 2018.Photo by: Chip Somodevilla Rob Porter (right), White House Staff Secretary, resigned amid domestic abuse accusations in early February 2018.
Photo by: Chip Somodevilla CDC Director Dr. Brenda Fitzgerald resigned after reports that she bought shares in tobacco company in January 2018. Photo by: Davis Turner Andrew McCabe stepped down as FBI deputy director in late January 2018.Photo by: Pete Marovich 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.
Photo by: Drew Angerer Sebastian Gorka, deputy assistant to President Trump, left his position at the White House in August 2017.Photo by: Mark Wilson White House chief strategist Steve Bannon was out of his position in August 2017.Photo by: Sylvain Lefevre Anthony Scaramucci was out as the White House Communications Director at the end of July 2017. Photo by: Mark Wilson Reince Priebus was also out at the end of July 2017 as Trump's Chief of Staff.Photo by: Pool Press Secretary Sean Spicer resigned in July 2017 as well in the White House shakeup.
Photo by: Chip Somodevilla 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. Photo by: Mark Wilson 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.Photo by: POOL Sally Yates was fired from her position as acting Attorney General at the end of January 2017. Photo by: Eric Thayer