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Catch up on some of Trump’s shortest tenured White House appointees

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  • With Stephanie Grisham headed out as White House Press Secretary, the Trump administration is once again faced with managing its unprecedented turnover rate.
  • Several former members of the Trump administration have been among the shortest tenured in their positions, with stints lasting between six days (Anthony Scaramucci) to just over a year (Rex Tillerson).
  • Grisham will remain in the East Wing working with First Lady Melania Trump. She will be succeeded by Kayleigh McEnany, a spokesperson for President Donald Trump’s 2020 re-election campaign — Trump’s fourth press secretary in less than four years.
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President Donald Trump frequently touted his penchant for picking only “the best people” during the 2016 campaign. 

Yet through his first three years in the White House, Trump has overseen an unprecedented level of turnover among his top officials.

On Tuesday, Stephanie Grisham was ousted as White House press secretary. 

Grisham was already Trump’s fourth press secretary in not even as many years.

 

She’ll be replaced by Kayleigh McEnany, a spokesperson for President Donald Trump’s 2020 re-election campaign.

It can be hard to keep track of the constant comings and goings, so here are some of the most notable White House departures, many of whom have had some of the shortest stints in the history of their presidential positions.

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