Donald Trump has made a bumpy debut as the commander-in-chief, which is marked most particularly by clashes with the press and political rivals. After he sworn in as the President of the United States on 20th January 2-17, he has tweeted for 991 times.
Since his debut, he has been working extensively in hiring the right people for the right job and therefore has dismissed some 8 key people from the office thus far in his first six months as the President of the United States.
He was former White House communications director. He was brought to the board and was asked to vacate his post in only two weeks after he was declared guilty for showing ‘lack of discipline’.
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He was former White House chief of staff. He did manage to retain his post for at least six months but the big guns of the White House wanted to sack him from the first day and after allegations of him leaking details from Anthony Scaramucci were levied on him, he himself resigned from the post after spending six months at the white house.
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He was ex-press secretary at the White House. He was heavily criticized for his strange comments which include the bizarre comment that even Adolf Hitler never used chemical weapons added to his woes.
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He was ex-director of the Office of Government Ethics. He had a rift with President Trump administration and left the office while Donald Trump was serving as President elect. He in his resignation letter wrote that there are areas of improvement in the already existing ethics program.
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He was former National Security Advisor. His association with Russian ambassador resulted in his sacking from the White House which didn’t even last a month. After denying initially, he admitted that he was in talking terms with the Russian ambassador named Sergey Kislyak during the election campaign and even during Trump’s transition phase before he joined the office.
Kate walsh was previous White House deputy chief to staff’s tenure lasted 70 days at the office. She was a close aide of former white house chief to staff, Reince priebus. She came under scanner from senior advisors like Jared Kushner and Bannon. Her departure from the office too was un-amicable.
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He was previously serving as the director of the FBI. He couldn’t balance the mayhem of the 2016 United States presidential election. He was first lambasted after he declared Hillary Clinton as the main subject of investigation. He, until Trump was elected, didn’t reveal that even his agency was investigating Trump on his ties with the Russia. Trump after coming to power fired him from this prestigious post and Comey became just the second director in the history of American independence to be fired in such a nature.
He was former deputy national security advisor and did manage to hold on to his post for 4 months. He had to resign from his post after Trump nominated him as US ambassador to Singapore.