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White House: Who Was Fired And Who Resigned?


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White House: Who Has Been Fired And Who Resigned?
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White House – According to the responsible media of the USA in the regime of President Donald Trump a lot of changes have been made in the administration, some people resigned out of their own free will while others were sent back by the government. The following is a list of some of the important changes made by the Trump Administration starting from the most recent to older ones.

September 10th, 2019 John Bolton Fired

Yes, you have read the date right it’s about yesterday September the 10th that the US president using his twitter handle disclosed news that he has fired John Bolton from the post of National Security Advisor. The president told the world that he did not agree to most of the suggestions given by the national security Advisor and had no other choice but to fire him.

Shortly after the tweet by trump John Bolton also tweeted telling the world that he has already offered the president his resignation on Monday but he said that he will discuss it on Tuesday.

28th July 2019: Dan Coats Resigned

On 28th Of July 2019, the US Director of National Intelligence Mr. Dan Coats resigned after a tough tenure full of ups and downs and a number of disagreements with President Trump. Dan said that he had a number of clashes with the president especially over North Korea, Russia and other concerns of national security.

July 12th 2019: Alex Acosta Resigned

The U.S. Secretary for Labour resigned after convicted of a plea bargain with a rich person Jeffery Epstein who is also a sex criminal and has been involved in human trafficking of girls whose ages were 14 and above.

June 18th, 2019: Patrick Shanahan Resigned

Till 17th June 2019 the then acting Secretary for Defense Patrick M. Shanahan was nominated by  Trump for the post that was a permanent one in May 2019 but just in a matter of weeks Trump announced that Mr. Shanahan has done a “wonderful job” but he wanted to spend more time with his family.

June 13: Sarah Sanders

Sarah Sanders resigned from the post of Press Secretary of Trump, she is the one who has faced the media even for the most argumentative chapters of the White House Administration. The U.S. president called her a ‘Warrior’ he also gave a hint to the media that she might run for the governor of Arkansas like her father.

May 11, 2019: Rod Rosenstein resigned

Rod Rosenstein resigned from the post of Deputy Attorney General and submitted his resignation letter on 29th of May 2019 which was accepted on 11th of May 2019. He was engaged in the task of Mueller investigations and as soon as that ended he submitted his letter of resignation. It seems that he could not take more the criticism that Donald Trump likes to do.

8Th April 2019: Randolph ‘Tex’ Alles

After serving the country on the post of Secret Service Director for less than two years Randolph “Tex” Alles has been removed by the Trump administration from his office. According to sources, this sudden removal is connected to the resignation of the secretary for Homeland Securities Kirstjen Nielsen.

April 7th, 2019: Kirstjen Nielsen

The secretary for homeland security Kirstjen Nielsen resigned during a stream of migrants coming to the U.S.-Mexico border that resulted in immense pressure on the immigration system of America. In her resignation letter, she showed her positive wishes for the next Secretary and hoped that the will get the support of the courts as well as the congress so that the loopholes in the immigration laws that leave the U.S. border unsecure should be amended.

29th March 2019: Linda McMahon

The head of Small Business Administration announced that she will be resigning from her post so that she could help raise the funds for the bid for Donald Trump’s re-election before the political action committee.

8Th March 2019: Bill Shine

The communication Director of White House and the former Fox News executive Bill Shine resigned from his office. Clearing his intensions he said that he is resigning so he could work for the campaign of the re-elections for Donalds Trump expected to be held in 2020.

5th March 2019: Scott Gottlieb

The Commissioner for food and drug administration Scott Gottlieb gave surprise to his supporters and his critics when he resigned from his post on 5th March 2019. The venture industrialist and a doctor is quite famous for his efforts in creating awareness and making of a regulation to control the increasing numbers of youth involved in vaping and the use of tobacco.

13th February 2019: Brock Long

The Administrator of FEMA Administration Brock Long the efforts of whose agency have been praised as well as criticized during the major disaster situations including the Hurricane Maria in Puerto Rico has announced that he was going to resign.

20th December 2019: Jim Mattis

According to the news shared by the U.S. President Donald Trump on Twitter, the Secretary for Defense Jim Mattis was going to step down from his office on February 2019. He decided to resign after having too many disagreements with the president Donald Trump. Pulling out the troops from Syria is one of them as Jim was not in favor of removal of troops from Syria.

15th December 2018: Ryan Zinke

Donald Trump shared on twitter news about the Secretary of Interior U.S.A. Ryan Zinke and said that he was going to leave his office by the end of 2018. He is a former member of Congress from Montana and has been involved in a lot of investigations.

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