People Trump Fired or Threatened to Fire, People Who Resigned (Pt 3 of 5)
Those who've resigned since Trump took office:
The top Democrat in the Republican led US Senate.
Walsh, the former Deputy Chief of Staff left the White House after 9 weeks to run America First Policies, a pro-Trump group outside the government.
Trump's national security adviser resigned in February after disclosures that he had discussed US sanctions on Russia with the Russian ambassador to the #UnitedStates before Trump took office and misled VP #MikePence about the conversations.
Head of the US Office of Government Ethics, Shaub stepped down in July before his 5 year term was to end.
The founder of Crossroads Media resigned as White House Communications Director in May. "The reasons for my departure are personal, but it has been my great honor to serve President Trump and this administration."
The former chairman of the Republican National Committee resigned as chief of staff at the end of July amid an internal power struggle involving director of communication #AnthonyScaramucci.
White House Press Secretary Spicer was an experienced Republican operative who resigned on July 21, ending a turbulent tenure, after Trump named Anthony Scaramucci as White House Communications Director.
The senior White House Assistant Press Secretary was Scaramucci's second victim. He resigned a few days following Spicer's departure and shortly after Scaramucci had told Politico he planned to get rid of him.
The right-wing British deputy assistant to Trump cited "forces" that don't support the "Make America Great Again" agenda as the reason for departure in August 2017.
Trump's Health Secretary Price, a key ally of the president charged with helping to repeal Obamacare, offered his resignation in September 2017 as the controversy over his travel arrangements showed no signs of abating.
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Here are the top officials who have left Trump's team, by choice or by force. Each exit was preceded by its own foreboding signs and circumstances, but the departures have usually happened around growing reports of warring factions within the Oval Office.