Last Updated May 2, 2018 11:06 AM EDT
President Trump has been in office for just, but his White House has already seen a number of high-profile departures. On Wednesday, communications director Hope Hicks became the latest member of the Trump administration to announce that she was leaving.
Here are the people who have resigned, been fired, or been reassigned in their duties in the Trump White House (in chronological order):
Jan. 30, 2017: Mr. Trump. Yates, an Obama appointee, had refused to enforce the first iteration of Mr. Trump's travel ban on persons from a number of Muslim-majority countries.
Feb. 13, 2017: Mr. Trump. Flynn was a close adviser to Mr. Trump during the campaign, but he was forced out after he misled Vice President Mike Pence about the nature of a phone call with the Russian ambassador.
Feb. 15, 2017: Labor Secretary nomineeafter it becomes clear he would not have the votes for confirmation.
March 2017: Assistant Communications Director.
March 30, 2017: White House deputy chief of staff.
April 5, 2017: White House chief strategist Steve Bannon is removed from the National Security Council's Principals Committee.
April 8, 2017: K.T. McFarland removed as National Security Council's deputy director, to be nominated U.S. ambassador to Singapore.
May 9, 2017: Mr. Trump fires FBI Director James Comey.
May 30, 2017: Communications Directions Mike Dubke.
July 28, 2017: Reince Priebus, and is replaced by Gen. John Kelly.
July 31, 2017: Mr. Trumpas communications director. Scaramucci had spent only 10 days on the job.
Aug. 4, 2017: Former press secretary Sean Spicer leaves the White House.
Aug. 18, 2017: Steve Bannonand returns to Breitbart. He is later removed from Breitbart after criticizing Mr. Trump.
Sept. 29, 2017: Secretary of Health and Human Servicesafter he is accused of improperly using taxpayer funds for travel.
Dec. 13, 2017: White House announces that presidential aide Omarosa Manigault-Newmanafter a dispute with Kelly. Officials later say that she was fired by Kelly, attempted to appeal directly to Mr. Trump, and was removed from the building.
Feb. 2, 2018: The White House announces that K.T. McFarland has withdrawn her nomination as Ambassador to Singapore. McFarlandduring the presidential transition.
Feb. 7, 2018: White House Staff Secretaryafter it was revealed that he had been accused of physical abuse by two ex-wives. The scandal triggers a review of security clearance procedures in the White House.
Feb. 9, 2018: Speechwriter David Sorenson. Sorenson denies the allegations and says he was the one who was abused.
Feb. 14, 2018: National Economic Council adviser George David Banks resigns after being informed he will not receive a security clearance.
Feb. 27, 2018: Josh Raffel, a spokesman for Jared Kushner and Ivanka Trump, confirms that he issometime over the next two months.
Feb. 28 2018: Hope Hicks announces thatas communications director.
March 6, 2018: Top White House economic adviser Gary Cohn announces that he will.
March 13, 2018: President Trump removes Secretary of Stateto be replaced by CIA Director Mike Pompeo, announcing the news via Twitter.
March 13, 2018:after officials say he was under investigation by the Department of Homeland Security for financial crimes.
March 22, 2018: President Trump announces thatwill be replaced by former UN Ambassador John Bolton in a tweet.
March 28, 2018: President Trump announces that heand replace him with his nominee Adm. Ronny Jackson, who had been serving as the president's doctor. Jackson later would withdraw his nomination from the post over allegations on his behavior and work practices.
April 10, 2018: White House Homeland Security AdviserThe arrival of John Bolton as the new national security adviser triggered the decision to force Bossert out.
CBS News' Mark Knoller contributed to this story.