Since the beginning of his presidency, Donald Trump has developed the habit of kicking people out of his administration when he feels like they’ve no longer served their purpose. Almost like his show Celebrity Apprentice. Take a look at all the people who’ve either left or got fired by President Trump.

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1. Sally Quillian Yates

Sally Quillian Yates

On January 30, 2017 Sally Yates was dismissed from her position as the attorney general after refusing to defend the first travel ban Donald Trump imposed on people from seven Muslim countries.

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2. Michael Flynn

Michael Flynn

Former National Security adviser Michael Flynn resigned on February 13, 2017 after reports of misleading Vice President Pence about his contact with the Russian ambassador Sergey Kislyak.

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3. Angella Reid

Angella Reid

Chief Usher Angella Reid was fired May 5, 2017 for what appears to be no reason. She was the first woman and second African-American to hold that position. She worked as the Chief Usher for 5 years before being fired.

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4. James Comey

James Comey

Former FBI Director James Comey was fired after over the way he dealt with the Hillary Clinton email probe. His firing is said to have come from a recommendation at the Justice Department. He was fired on May 9, 2017.

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5. Mike Dubke

Mike Dubke

Mike Dubke was the president’s first Communications Director who’d never worked with him before. On May 18, 2017 Dubke gave his resignation only three months into the job.

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6. Walter Shaub

Walter Shaub

As the director of the Office of Government Ethics Shaub had many unpleasant run ins with the President which resulted in his resignation on July 6, 2017.

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7. Sean Spicer

Sean Spicer

The former Press Secretary tenure mixed with his resignation on July 21, 2017 when President Trump hired Anthony Scaramucci as his Communications Director.

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8. Michael Short

Michael Short

Michael Short was the Senior Assistant Press secretary that followed Reince Priebus into the White House. Short resigned on July 25 when Anthony Scaramucci threatened to fire him for leaking information to the press.

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9. Reince Priebus

Reince Priebus

Preibus’ 6 month tenure was littered with political flip flops and fighting among staff. The former Chief Of Staff was accused of by loyalist of not helping the President win Congressional legislation.

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10. Anthony Scaramucci

Anthony Scaramucci

Only lasting 11 days in the White House, the former Communications Director insured his exit after numerous controversial comments he made. He was fired on July 31, 2017 the same day that John Kelly took over as Chief Of Staff.

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11. Steve Bannon

Steve Bannon

Steve Bannon, the former Chief Strategist left the White House on August 18, 2017 following pressure to remove him after the “Unite The Right” rally in Charlottesville, Virginia.

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12. Sebastian Gorka

Sebastian Gorka

Gorka was the former Counterterrorism Adviser that stepped down on August 25, because he believed the President’s populist agenda was stolen by establishment figures.

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13. Tom Price

Tom Price

The former Health and Human Services secretary after taking one too many trips on private planes for business that amounted to $400,000 in total.

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14. Dina Powell

Dina Powell

The Deputy National Security Advisor announced on December 8, 2017 that she would be leaving the Trump Administration.

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15. Omarosa Manigault

Omarosa Manigault

President Donald Trump’s “The Apprentice” was given the job as White House’s Office of Public Liaison. Amid rumors that she was fired from her position on she claims that she left on December 13, 2017. She was escorted off the White House by the Secret Service which also raised questions of how she left.

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16. Rex Tillerson

Rex Tillerson

Rex Tillerson the former Secretary of State found out he was fired from his position via the Presidents Twitter account. Tillerson and Trump have budded heads on more than one occasion to the point that Tillerson called him a moron.

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