The Lt General, who has served in the US army for 34 years, resigned on March 23 and was replaced with John Bolton. McMaster, who took over from Michael Flynn, served the Trump administration for 395 days.
After months of friction, the US Secretary of State was bumped from his position. According to a statement from the State Department, Tillerson had not spoken to the president and was not aware of the reason for his dismissal. Tillerson on his departure, after 416 days in office, said that Washington could be a mean-spirited town.
Hicks, who served as communications director, had been Trump's longest-serving aide, according to the White House. She served in the White House for 405 days.
After working as the CEO of the Trump campaign since August 2016, Bannon was appointed to a role in the White House. Trump's announcement that Bannon would be his chief strategist was met with backlash. He quit 211 days into his tenure.
The White House communications director was on the job for only six days. He was fired by Chief of Staff John Kelly in July of 2018.
The Director of communications for the Office of Public Liaison said that she resigned, denying reports that she was fired and had to be removed from the White House. She served 366 days of her tenure.
A deputy national security adviser who specialised in the Middle East, Powell announced in December of 2017 she would be resigning in early 2018. Her time in the White House lasted for 358 days.
Price, the Secretary of Health and Human Services, resigned in the midst of a controversy over his use of private jets for government travel. He was in the White House for 232 days.
Gorka was a deputy adviser focused on national security and counterterrorism who had worked as a paid policy consultant for Trump's campaign. He was with Trump for 208 days.
The Trump administration's first Press Secretary resigned in July of 2017, after objecting to the appointment of Scaramucci. He worked for 183 days in the White House.
The FBI director was dismissed by Trump for his handling of the investigation into Hillary Clinton's emails. He lasted for 1,344 days in his tenure.
Flynn, who spent much of 2016 on the campaign trail supporting Trump at rallies and events, was rewarded with the national security adviser position shortly after the election. He lasted for 25 days before being forced to resign after it was revealed that he misled Vice President Mike Pence about the nature of multiple meetings with Russian Ambassador to the US Sergey Kislyak before Trump's inauguration.