Reince Priebus is the latest in a string of officials who have left, or been pushed out of the Trump administration.
His tenure was the shortest of any White House chief of staff in history.
- Philip Bilden- Private equity executive, former military man picked for secretary of the Navy. Withdrew from consideration because of conflict of interest rules.
- James Comey - FBI Information director who was leading the investigation into the Trump campaign's possible collusion with Russia. Fired by Trump.
- James Donovan - Goldman Sachs banker nominated as deputy Treasury secretary. Withdrew.
- Michael Dubke - Founder of Crossroads Media. Resigned as White House Communications director.
- Michael Flynn - National security adviser. Resigned after revelations he discussed US sanctions with the Russian ambassador before Trump took office and misled VP Mike Pence about the conversations.
- Mark Green - Nominee for Army secretary, who had served in the 160th Special Operations Aviation Regiment. Withdrew his name from consideration.
- Gerrit Lansing - White House chief digital officer. Quit after failing to pass an FBI background check.
- Jason Miller - Communications director for Trump's transition team, named as White House communications director. Declined the job.
- Todd Ricketts - Co-owner of the Chicago Cubs and Trump's choice for deputy secretary of commerce. Withdrew from consideration.
- Walter Shaub - Head of the Office of Government Ethics, who clashed with Trump and his administration. Stepped down before his five-year term ended.
- Michael Short - Senior White House assistant press secretary. Resigned on Tuesday.
- Sean Spicer - White House press secretary. Resigned last week, ending a turbulent tenure.
- Robin Townley - Aide to then national security adviser Flynn. Rejected after he was denied security clearance to serve on the National Security Council.
- Vincent Viola - Army veteran and a former chairman of the New York Mercantile Exchange nominated by Trump to be secretary of the Army. Withdrew his name from consideration.
- Katie Walsh - Deputy White House chief of staff. Dispatched to the outside pro-Trump group America First.
- Caroline Wiles - Trump's director of scheduling. Resigned after failing a background check
- Sally Yates - Acting attorney general. Fired by Trump after she ordered Justice Department lawyers not to enforce his immigration ban.