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Donald Trump fired his personal assistant because she said he thinks Tiffany is OVERWEIGHT

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Here are just a few of the top officials who left Trump & # 39; s administration and when their departure was announced

2017

Inauguration day was January 20

January 31st: Acting Attorney General Sally Yates

February 13: National security adviser Michael Flynn

30 March: Deputy Chief of Staff Katie Walsh

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April 9: Deputy National Security Advisor K.T. McFarland

The 9th of May: FBI director James Comey

30th of May: Communication director Michael Dubke

21 July: Press secretary Sean Spicer

July 28: Chief of Staff Reince Priebus

July 31: Director of communication Anthony Scaramucci

August 18: Chief Strategist Steve Bannon

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August 25: National security assistance Sebastian Gorka

1st of September: Director of Oval Office Operations Keith Schiller

September 29: Health and human services Secretary Tom Price

December 8: Deputy National Security Advisor Dina Powell

December 13th: Director of Communications for the White House Office of Public Liaison Omarosa Manigault Newman

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2018

February 7: Staff Secretary Rob Porter

February 28: Communication director Hope Hicks

6 March: Director of the National Economic Council Gary Cohn

12 March: Special Assistant and Personal Assistant to President John McEntee

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13 March: State Secretary Rex Tillerson

March 22nd: National safety adviser H.R. McMaster

28th of March: Veteran Affairs Secretary David Shulkin

April 10: Domestic security advisor Tom Bossert

11 April: Deputy National Security Advisor Nadia Schadlow

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12 April: Deputy National Security Advisor Ricky Waddell

May 2: White House lawyer Ty Cobb

5 June: Communications assistant Kelly Sadler

July 5: Environmental protection Agency manager Scott Pruitt

August 29: White House Don Don McGahn

October 9: U.N. Ambassador Nikki Haley

November 7th: Attorney General Jeff Sessions

December 9: Chief of Staff John Kelly

December 15: Interior Minister Ryan Zinke

the 20th of December: Defense Minister Jim Mattis

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2019

8 March: Communications Director Bill Shine

April 8: Minister of Homeland Security Kirstjen Nielsen

June 13th: Secretary of the Witte Huispers Sarah Sanders

June 18: Acting Secretary of Defense Patrick Shanahan

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25 June: Acting Customs and Border Patrol Commissioner John Sanders

July 12: Labor secretary Alex Acosta

July 28: Director of National Intelligence Dan Coats

August 6: Ambassador to Russia, Jon Huntsman

August the 8th: Deputy Director of National Intelligence, Sue Gordon

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August 29: The personal assistant of the president, Madeleine Westerhout

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