24 staffers who didn’t last a year in Trump’s presidency

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Since President Trump stepped into office nearly 12 months ago, we’ve said “Hello” and “Goodbye” to a whopping 24 administration staffers.

Eleven days into his administration, Trump fired former acting Attorney General Sally Yates. Former national security adviser Michael Flynn quickly followed suit, resigning after only 23 days. Other notable mentions include former communications director Anthony Scaramucci, who served a brief 10-day stint, former press secretary Sean Spicer — who resigned after six months on the job, officially leaving the White House on August 31 — and former FBI director James Comey, who was fired in May.

See who else made the cut — or, rather, didn’t make the cut — in the video above.