Since the beginning of President Trump’s time in office, to even before during his campaign, Trump has had his fair share of position openings.
With a year in the White House under his belt, Trump has released many members of the White House, including some of his most senior aides.
One of the first to go at the beginning of the president’s administration was Michael Flynn, former national security adviser, and some of the most recent are Gary Cohn, former chief economic adviser, John McEntee, former aide, and Rex Tillerson, former secretary of state. Trump’s communications director Hope Hicks, who announced her resignation Feb. 28, 2018, will officially leave the White House in the next several weeks.
For a variety of reasons, Trump has seen a fast turnover rate in these positions. Some as they walk out the door are deemed disloyal to President Trump. (RELATED: Corey Lewandowski: If You Don’t Like Working In the White House, You Should ‘Leave’)
The crazy thing is that this list could change at any moment, but these are some of the most high-profile White House departures.