Executive Office appointments by Donald Trump

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The core White House staff appointments, and most Executive Office of the President officials generally, are not required to be confirmed by the U.S. Senate, with a handful of exceptions (e.g., the director of the Office of Management and Budget, the chair and members of the Council of Economic Advisers, and the United States trade representative). There are about 4,000 positions in the Executive Office of the President.

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  Denotes appointees serving in offices that did not require Senate confirmation.

  Denotes appointees confirmed by the Senate.

  Denotes appointees awaiting Senate confirmation.

  Denotes appointees serving in an acting capacity.

  Denotes appointees who have left office or offices which have been disbanded.

  Denotes nominees who were withdrawn prior to being confirmed or assuming office.

Appointments[1][edit]

White House Office[edit]

Office Nominee Assumed office Left office
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White House Chief of Staff
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Mark Meadows
March 31, 2020 January 20, 2021
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White House Deputy Chief of Staff (Operations)
Tony Ornato December 7, 2019 January 20, 2021
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White House Deputy Chief of Staff (Policy Coordination)
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Chris Liddell
March 19, 2018 January 20, 2021
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Deputy Assistant to the President and Deputy White House Policy Coordinator
Nick Butterfield TBA January 20, 2021
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White House Deputy Chief of Staff (Communications)
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Dan Scavino
April 21, 2020 January 20, 2021
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White House Director of Social Media
January 22, 2017 January 20, 2021
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Counselor to the President
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Hope Hicks
March 9, 2020 January 12, 2021
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Chief of Staff to the Senior Counselor
Hope Renee Hudson TBA January 20, 2021
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Senior Advisor to the President
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Ivanka Trump[2]
March 29, 2017 January 20, 2021
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Jared Kushner[3]
January 22, 2017 January 20, 2021
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Director of the Office of American Innovation[4]
March 27, 2017 January 20, 2021
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Assistant to the President and Special Representative for International Negotiations
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Avi Berkowitz
November 1, 2019 January 20, 2021
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Senior Advisor to the President (Policy)
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Stephen Miller[5]
January 20, 2017 January 20, 2021
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White House Director of Speechwriting
January 22, 2017 January 20, 2021
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White House Principal Deputy Chief of Staff
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John Fleming
March 30, 2020 January 20, 2021
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Director of the Domestic Policy Council
Brooke Rollins May 24, 2020 January 20, 2021
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Deputy Director of the Domestic Policy Council
Jennifer B. Lichter May 24, 2020 January 20, 2021
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Director of the National Economic Council
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Larry Kudlow
April 2, 2018 January 20, 2021
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Deputy Director of the National Economic Council
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Andrew Olmem[6]
June 2018 January 20, 2021
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Deputy Assistant to the President
(Economic Policy)
January 20, 2021
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Deputy Director of the National Economic Council
Cletus R. Willems III[7] July 2018 January 20, 2021
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Chief Economist of the National Economic Council
Joseph Lavorgna January 20, 2021
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White House Cabinet Secretary
Kristan King Nevins September 24, 2019 January 20, 2021
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Deputy Cabinet Secretary
Matthew J. Flynn January 20, 2021
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Deputy Cabinet Secretary for Organizational Structure
Kirk R. Marshall January 20, 2021
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White House Communications Director
Vacant
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Deputy Director of Communications
Julie Hahn January 20, 2021
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White House Director of Strategic Communications
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Alyssa Farah
April 7, 2020 December 4, 2020
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Senior Advisor for Communications
Ben Williamson January 20, 2021
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White House Press Secretary
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Kayleigh McEnany
April 7, 2020 January 20, 2021
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White House Principal Deputy Press Secretary
Brian R. Morgenstern July 20, 2020 January 20, 2021
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White House Deputy Press Secretary
Judd Deere January 31, 2019 January 20, 2021
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White House Chief Digital Officer
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Ory Rinat[8]
February 6, 2017 June 20, 2020
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White House Deputy Chief Digital Officer
Katlyn L. Parnitzke TBA January 20, 2021
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Chief of Staff to the First Lady
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Stephanie Grisham
April 7, 2020 January 6, 2021
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Press Secretary to the First Lady
April 7, 2020 January 6, 2021
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Deputy Chief of Staff for Policy for the First Lady
Emma Doyle January 3, 2019 April 21, 2020
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Director of Policy for the Office of the First Lady
Arthur Harding TBA January 20, 2021
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White House Social Secretary
Anna Cristina Niceta Lloyd[9] February 22, 2017
(Appointed by the First Lady)
January 6, 2021
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Director of White House Information Technology
Roger L. Stone TBA January 20, 2021
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Deputy Director of White House Information Technology
David Lambrecht TBA January 20, 2021
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Director of Intergovernmental Affairs
Douglas Hoelscher June 2018 January 20, 2021
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Deputy Director of Intergovernmental Affairs
William F. Crozer TBA January 20, 2021
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Associate Director of Intergovernmental Affairs
Zachery Tate Michael TBA January 20, 2021
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White House Director of Legislative Affairs
Amy Swonger June 5, 2020 January 20, 2021
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White House Deputy Director of Legislative Affairs
(House Liaison)
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Joyce Meyer[10][11]
February 13, 2017 January 20, 2021
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White House Deputy Director of Legislative Affairs
(Senate Liaison)
Christopher Cox January 20, 2021
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White House Deputy Director of Legislative Affairs
Benjamin R. Howard TBA January 20, 2021
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Director of the Office of Administration
Monica J. Block TBA January 20, 2021
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Deputy Director of the Office of Administration
Monica Block TBA January 20, 2021
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Chief Financial Officer in the Office of Administration
Heather D. Martin[12] June 2019 January 20, 2021
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National Security Advisor
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Robert O'Brien
September 18, 2019 January 20, 2021
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Deputy National Security Advisor
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Matthew Pottinger
September 22, 2019 January 7, 2021
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Assistant to the President
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Homeland Security Advisor
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Julia Nesheiwat
February 21, 2020 January 20, 2021
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Executive Secretary of the National Security Council
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Matthias Mitman[13]
October 2019 January 20, 2021
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Legal Advisor to the National Security Council
John Eisenberg[8] January 20, 2017 January 20, 2021
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White House Director of Political Affairs
Brian Jack[8] February 2, 2019 January 20, 2021
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White House Deputy Director of Political Affairs for Outreach
Alexander R. Willette TBA January 20, 2021
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Director of the White House Presidential Personnel Office
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John McEntee
January 8, 2019 January 20, 2021
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Director of Operations of the Office of Presidential Personnel
James Bacon TBA January 20, 2021
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Director of the Office of Public Liaison
Timothy Pataki February 2, 2019
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Deputy Director of the Office of Public Liaison
James Goyer TBA January 20, 2021
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Deputy Director of the Office of Public Liaison
Jennifer S. Korn TBA January 20, 2021
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Director of Scheduling and Advance
Robert Peede Jr. TBA January 20, 2021
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Deputy Assistant to the President and Director of Advance
Matthew Palmisano TBA January 20, 2021
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Deputy Assistant to the President and Director of Scheduling
Vacant TBA January 20, 2021
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Deputy Director of the Office of American Innovation
Ja'Ron K. Smith TBA January 20, 2021
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White House Staff Secretary
Derek Lyons[8] June 6, 2018 January 20, 2021
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White House Deputy Staff Secretary
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Catherine Bellah Keller[14]
June 9, 2018 January 20, 2021
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Director of the Office of Trade and Manufacturing Policy
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Peter Navarro[15]
April 29, 2017 January 20, 2021
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Special Assistant to the President for Trade and Manufacturing Policy
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Alexander Gray[8]
January 20, 2017 January 20, 2021
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Deputy Director of Trade and Manufacturing Policy
Catherine A. Cole TBA January 20, 2021
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White House Counsel
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Pat Cipollone
December 10, 2018 January 20, 2021
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Deputy Counsel to the President
Patrick F. Philbin TBA January 20, 2021
Michael M. Purpura January 20, 2021
Kathryn C. Todd January 20, 2021
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Chief of Staff to the White House Counsel
Ann M. Donaldson TBA January 20, 2021
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Director of Oval Office Operations
Nicholas F. Luna TBA January 20, 2021
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Executive Assistant to the President
Molly Micheal TBA January 20, 2021
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Deputy Assistant to the President for Operations and Personal Aide to the President
Nicholas F. Luna February 2, 2019. Previously Special Assistant to the President for Operations and Advance. January 20, 2021
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Oval Office Operations Coordinator
Molly A. Michael TBA January 20, 2021
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Member of the President's Commission on White House Fellowships
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Mike Duncan[16]
May 2017 January 20, 2021
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Aldona Wos[16]
January 20, 2021
Lee H. Bienstock[16] January 20, 2021
Somers White Farkas[16] January 20, 2021
Marlyn McGrath[16] January 20, 2021
Damond R. Watkins[16] January 20, 2021
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Ronald J. Zlatoper[17]
January 20, 2021
Richard Bagger[17] January 20, 2021
Kenneth R. Nahigian[18] June 2017 January 20, 2021
Richard F. Hohlt[18] January 20, 2021
Paris Dennard[19] December 2017 January 20, 2021

Linda M. Springer[19]
January 20, 2021
Robert J. Smullen[19] January 20, 2021
Daniel Caine[19] January 20, 2021
Lisa Nelson[20] April 2018 January 20, 2021
Philip Montante[20] January 20, 2021
Justin Sayfie[20] January 20, 2021
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Ryan E. Mackenzie[21]
October 2019 January 20, 2021
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John DeStefano[21]
January 20, 2021
Barrett Karr[21] January 20, 2021
David Bohigian[22] December 2019 January 20, 2021
Justin Reilly Clark[23] February 2020 January 20, 2021
Joshua Pitcock[23] January 20, 2021
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Reinhold Priebus[23]
January 20, 2021
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Sean Michael Spicer[23]
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Deputy Assistant to the President
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Keith Davids[24]
September 6, 2018
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Director of the White House Military Office
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Physician to the President
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Sean Conley
May 4, 2018 January 20, 2021
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Chief Official White House Photographer
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Shealah Craighead[25]
January 22, 2017 January 20, 2021
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White House Chief Usher
Timothy Harleth[26] June 23, 2017 January 20, 2021

Council of Economic Advisers[edit]

Office Nominee Assumed office Left office
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Chairman of the Council of Economic Advisers
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Tyler Goodspeed[27]
June 24, 2020 January 7, 2021
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Member of the Council of Economic Advisers
Vacant

Council on Environmental Quality[edit]

Office Nominee Assumed office Left office
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Chair of the Council on Environmental Quality
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Mary Neumayr[28]
January 10, 2019
(Confirmed January 2, 2019, voice vote)
January 20, 2021
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Member of the Council on Environmental Quality
Vacant
Vacant

President's Intelligence Advisory Board[edit]

Office Nominee Assumed office Left office
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Chair of the President's Intelligence Advisory Board
Steve Feinberg[29] May 12, 2018
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Vice Chair of the President's Intelligence Advisory Board
Samantha F. Ravich[30] August 2018
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Member of the President's Intelligence Advisory Board
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Saxby Chambliss[31]
November 2018
Jeremy Katz[31]
Jim Donovan[31]
Kevin E. Hulbert[31]
David Robertson[31]
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Clifford Sobel[32]
January 2019
J. Tucker Bailey[33] March 2019

Office of Management and Budget[edit]

Office Nominee Assumed office Left office
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Director of the Office of Management and Budget
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Russell Vought[34]
January 2, 2019 July 22, 2020
January 2, 2019
(Confirmed July 20, 2020, 51–45)
January 20, 2021
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Deputy Director of the Office of Management and Budget
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Derek Kan
July 30, 2020
(Confirmed July 30, 2020, 71–21)
December 2020
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Deputy Director of the Office of Management and Budget (Management)
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Margaret Weichert[35]
February 28, 2018
(Confirmed February 14, 2018, voice vote)
March 25, 2020
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Administrator of the Office of Electronic Government
Vacant
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General Counsel for the Office of Management and Budget
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Mark Paoletta
January 2018 January 20, 2021
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Intellectual Property Enforcement Coordinator
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Vishal Amin[36][37]
August 3, 2017
(Confirmed August 3, 2017, voice vote)
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Controller of the Office of Federal Financial Management
David Mader
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Administrator of the Office of Information and Regulatory Affairs
Paul J. Ray January 2020
(Confirmed January 9, 2020, 50–44)
Office of Federal Procurement Policy
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Administrator for Federal Procurement Policy
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Michael E. Wooten[38]
TBD
(Confirmed August 1, 2019, voice vote)

Office of National Drug Control Policy[edit]

Office Nominee Assumed office Left office
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Director of the Office of National Drug Control Policy
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James W. Carroll[39]
February 9, 2018 January 30, 2019
January 31, 2019
(Confirmed January 2, 2019, voice vote)
January 20, 2021
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Deputy Director of the Office of National Drug Control Policy
Kendel Ehrlich[40] August 2019 February 2020

Office of Science and Technology Policy[edit]

Office Nominee Assumed office Left office
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Director of the Office of Science and Technology Policy
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Kelvin Droegemeier[41]
February 11, 2019
(Confirmed January 2, 2019, voice vote)
January 15, 2021
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Associate Director of the Office of Science and Technology Policy
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Michael Kratsios[42]
August 2, 2019
(Confirmed August 1, 2019, voice vote)
January 20, 2021
Vacant
Vacant
Vacant

Office of the United States Trade Representative[edit]

Office Nominee Assumed office Left office
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Trade Representative
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Robert Lighthizer[43]
May 15, 2017
(Confirmed May 15, 2017, 82–14)
January 20, 2021
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Deputy Trade Representative
Vacant
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C.J. Mahoney[44]
March 13, 2018
(Confirmed March 1, 2018, voice vote)
2020
Michael Nemelka[45] September 8, 2020
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Dennis Shea[46]
March 12, 2018
(Confirmed March 1, 2018, voice vote)
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Chief Agricultural Negotiator
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Gregg Doud[47]
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General Counsel
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Stephen Vaughn
March 2017
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Member of the Advisory Committee for Trade Policy and Negotiations
Dan DiMicco[48] December 4, 2017
Vincent Duvall[48]
Leslie B. Daniels[48]
Donald N. Bockoven Jr.[49] September 2018
Donald Smith[49]
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Lee Styslinger III[49]
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Kenneth R. Weinstein[49]
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Charles Rivkin[49]
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Victoria Espinel[49]
Robert T. DeMartini[49]
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C. Fred Bergsten[50]
October 2018
Evan G. Greenberg[50]
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James P. Hoffa[50]
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Harold McGraw III[50]
Timothy P. Smucker[50]
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Pete Ricketts[51]
December 2011

Office of the Vice President[edit]

Office Nominee Assumed office Left office
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Chief of Staff to the Vice President
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Marc Short
March 2019 January 20, 2021
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Senior Advisor to the Vice President
Thomas A. Rose January 20, 2021
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Deputy Assistant to the Vice President
Kara Brooks[52] January 25, 2017 January 20, 2021
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Communications Director for the Second Lady
January 20, 2021
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Deputy Assistant to the Vice President
Sara Egeland[53] January 20, 2021
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Policy Director for the Second Lady
January 20, 2021
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Deputy Assistant to the Vice President (External Affairs)
Lani Czarnieck[52] January 20, 2021
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Special Assistant to the Vice President
Zach Bauer[53] January 20, 2021
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Director of Administration for the Vice President
Katherine Purucke January 20, 2021
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Director of Domestic Policy for the Vice President
Daris Meeks January 25, 2017 January 20, 2021
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Director of Legislative Affairs for the Vice President
Jonathan Hiler[53] January 20, 2021
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Director of Public Liaison and Intergovernmental Affairs for the Vice President
Sarah Makin[53] January 20, 2021
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Deputy Director of Public Liaison and Intergovernmental Affairs for the Vice President
Andeliz Castillo[53] January 20, 2021
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Director of Scheduling for the Vice President
Meghan Patenaude[53] January 20, 2021
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Director of Speechwriting for the Vice President
Stephen Ford[53] January 20, 2021
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National Security Advisor to the Vice President
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Keith Kellogg[54]
April 27, 2018 January 20, 2021
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Press Secretary to the Vice President
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Katie Miller
October 1, 2019 March 27, 2020
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Deputy Press Secretary to the Vice President
Josh Paciorek[55] March 2017 January 20, 2021
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Chief Counsel to the Vice President
Matt Morgan[53] January 8, 2018 January 20, 2021
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Chief of Staff to the Second Lady
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Jana Toner[56]
January 2018 January 20, 2021

Previous officeholders[edit]

Office Name Took office Left office Notes
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Chief of Staff to the Vice President
Josh Pitcock January 22, 2017 July 28, 2017
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Nick Ayers
July 28, 2017 December 31, 2018 Ayers tweeted on December 8 that he would be departing at the end of the year.
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Deputy Chief of Staff to the Vice President
Jen Pavlik January 22, 2017 September 2017
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Director of Communications to the Vice President

Jarrod Agen
January 2017 June 2019 [57]
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Press Secretary to the Vice President
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Marc Lotter
January 22, 2017 October 2017 [58]
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Alyssa Farah
October 2017 August 31, 2019 Resigned to become the Pentagon Press Secretary.[59]
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Deputy Staff Secretary to the Vice President
Francis J. Brooke Resigned to become Special Assistant to the President for Economic Policy.
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Associate Director of Domestic Policy for the Vice President
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National Security Advisor to the Vice President
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Andrea L. Thompson
January 26, 2017 September 11, 2017
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Deputy National Security Advisor to the Vice President
Joan Virginia O'Hara
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Special Advisor to the Vice President on European and Russian Affairs
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Jennifer Williams
April 2019 February 3, 2020 Williams returned to the State Dept. Her next assignment will be with CENTCOM.[60]
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Special Advisor to the Vice President on Homeland Security and Counterterrorism
Olivia Troye 2018 July 2020 Troye is a member of the Republican Political Alliance for Integrity and Reform.[61]

Miscellaneous[edit]

Office Nominee Assumed office Left office
Morris K. Udall and Stewart L. Udall Foundation
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Member of the Board of Trustees of the Morris K. Udall and Stewart L. Udall Foundation
Tadd M. Johnson[62] December 27, 2017
(Confirmed December 21, 2017, voice vote)
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Lisa Johnson Billy[63]
Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars
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Chair of the Board of Trustees of the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars
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Scott Walker[64]
July 2019
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Vice Chair of the Board of Trustees of the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars
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Drew Maloney[33]
July 2019[64]
(Appointed Member of the Board March 2019)

Member of the Gulf Coast Ecosystem Restoration Council[edit]

Office Nominee Assumed office Left office
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Greg Abbott
January 20, 2015
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Ron DeSantis
January 8, 2019
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John Bel Edwards
January 11, 2016
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Kay Ivey
April 10, 2017
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Tate Reeves
January 14, 2020

Member of the Council of Governors[edit]

Office Nominee Assumed office Left office
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Member of the Council of Governors
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Steve Bullock[65]
Reappointment
(Tenure began February 24, 2015)
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Asa Hutchinson
July 12, 2018
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Mike DeWine
February 22, 2019
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Doug Ducey
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David Ige
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Ned Lamont
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Mike Parson
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J. B. Pritzker
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Pete Ricketts
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Tim Walz

Commission on Presidential Scholars[edit]

Office Nominee Assumed office Left office
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Chairman of the Commission on Presidential Scholars
Eileen Lappin Weiser[66]
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Member of the Commission on Presidential Scholars
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Donald Wuerl[66]
Tina S. Holland[66]
Sally Atwater[66]
Darla Romfo[67] June 2018

The Alyce Spotted Bear and Wakter Soboleff Commsisson on Native Children[edit]

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Member of the Alyce Spotted Bear and Walter Soboleff Commission on Native Children
Jesse Delmar[68] January 2018

President's Board of Advisors on Historically Black Colleges and Universities[edit]

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Chairman of the President's Board of Advisors on Historically Black Colleges and Universities
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Johnny C. Taylor Jr.[69]
February 2018
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Member of the President's Board of Advisors on Historically Black Colleges and Universities
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Aminta H. Breaux[70]
September 2018
James E. Clark[70]
Phyllis Dawkins[70]
Rodney A. Ellis[70]
Marshall C. Grigsby[70]
Billy Hawkins[70]
Jerry M. Hunter[70]
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Nick Justice[70]
Ronald A. Johnson[70]
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Harold L. Martin[70]
Bernard J. Milano[70]
Connie Rath[70]
Kevin Wilson Williams[70]

President's Committee for People with Intellectual Disabilities[edit]

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Member of the President's Committee for People with Intellectual Disabilities
Emily Colson[71] April 2018
Olegario D. Cantos VII[71]
Claudia Horn[71]
Stephanie Hubach[71]
Annette Liike[71]
Vijayalakshmi Appareddy[71]
Karen Moderow[71]
Christopher Glenn Neeley[71]

White House Initiative on Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders[edit]

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Michelle Park Steel[72]
January 2019
Paul Hsu[72]
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Jennifer Carnahan[72]
David B. Cohen[72]
Grace Y. Lee[72]
George Leing[72]
Jan-Ie Low[72]
Herman Martir[72]
Prem Parameswaran[72]
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Sean Reyes[72]
Chiling Tong[72]

Federal Service Impasses Panel[edit]

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Member of the Federal Service Impasses Panel
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Mark A. Carter[73]
July 2017
(Five year term ending on January 10, 2022)
Andrea Fischer Newman[73]
David R. Osborne[73]
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Karen Czarnecki[73]
Donald Todd[73]
Jonathan Riches[73]
Vincent Vernuccio[73]

National Women's Business Council[edit]

Office Nominee Assumed office Left office
Chairperson of the National Women's Business Council Liz Sara[74] July 2018

United States Government Activities to Combat Malaria Globally[edit]

Office Nominee Assumed office Left office
Member of the Board of Trustees of the James Madison Memorial Fellowship Foundation Terrence Berg December 2017
Diane S. Sykes
Coordinator of United States Government Activities to Combat Malaria Globally Kenneth William Staley[75]

Previous officeholders[edit]

Office Name Took office Left office Notes
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White House Chief of Staff
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Reince Priebus
January 20, 2017 July 31, 2017 His tenure may be considered the shortest in the office's history, excluding interim appointments, if James Baker's separate tenures as Chief of Staff under two different presidents (Ronald Reagan and George H. W. Bush) are combined (Baker served only 150 days as Bush's Chief of Staff).[76]
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John F. Kelly
July 31, 2017 January 2, 2019 President Trump announced that General Kelly would be leaving at the end of 2018.[77]

Kelly commented, "The vast majority of people who worked in the White House were decent people who were doing the best they could to serve the nation. They’ve unfortunately paid quite a price for that in reputation and future employment. They don’t deserve that. They deserve better than that, because they kept the train from careening off the tracks. The climate—the work environment—is always set by the boss. And people, generally speaking, endured it as long as they could. Until they couldn’t."[78]

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Mick Mulvaney
January 2, 2019 March 30, 2020 After leaving his role as White House Chief of Staff,[79] Mulvaney served as Special Envoy for Northern Ireland beginning on May 1, 2020. He called Secretary of State Mike Pompeo on the evening of January 6, 2021 to inform him of his resignation from the role of Special Envoy.[80][81]
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Director of the Office of Management and Budget
February 16, 2017 March 31, 2020
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Deputy Director of the Office of Management and Budget
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Russ Vought
March 14, 2018 July 22, 2020 Vought performed the functions of OMB Director while Mulvaney was Acting Chief of Staff, and continued as Acting Director thereafter. The Senate confirmed Vought as OMB Director on July 20, 2020.
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White House Deputy Chief of Staff (Implementation)
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Katie Walsh
January 20, 2017 March 30, 2017 Moving to "Trump's outside political group" America First Policies.[82]
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White House Principal Deputy Chief of Staff
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Kirstjen Nielsen
September 6, 2017 December 6, 2017 Left to become United States Secretary of Homeland Security.[83]
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James W. Carroll
December 6, 2017 February 9, 2018 Left to become acting director of the U.S. Office of National Drug Control Policy.
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Zachary Fuentes
June 6, 2018 January 2, 2019 [84]
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White House Deputy Chief of Staff
(Operations)
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Joe Hagin
January 20, 2017 July 6, 2018
Daniel Walsh July 6, 2018 November 26, 2019 [85]
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Director of the White House Military Office
September 6, 2017 July 2018
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White House Deputy Chief of Staff (Policy)
Rick Dearborn January 20, 2017 March 16, 2018 Formerly the executive director of Trump's presidential transition team, he was a Deputy Chief of Staff until resigning in March 2018,[86] reportedly to seek a job in the private sector.[87]
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Special Assistant to the Chief of Staff
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Carrie Bock
January 2017 April 2017
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Associate Director of Presidential Personnel
May 1, 2017 September 2018
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Director of the Office of Chief of Staff
Michael Ambrosini January 22, 2017 September 2017
Emily Mallon August 2017 March 2019
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Senior Counselor to the President
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Steve Bannon
January 20, 2017 August 18, 2017 Returned to Breitbart News. Per some sources, White House Chief of Staff John F. Kelly asked for his immediate resignation on August 18.[88] Bannon said he submitted a two-week resignation notice on August 4.[89]
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White House Chief Strategist
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Counselor to the President
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Kellyanne Conway
January 20, 2017 August 31, 2020 Also, Conway's husband George Conway left the Lincoln Project.[90]
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Johnny DeStefano
February 9, 2018 May 24, 2019 Oversaw the Offices of Intergovernmental Affairs, Presidential Personnel, Political Affairs, and Public Liaison. Became a consultant for Juul.[91]
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Director of the Office of Public Liaison
September 25, 2017 February 9, 2018
February 9, 2018 March 18, 2018
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White House Director of Presidential Personnel
January 20, 2017 January 2018
Sean Doocey January 2018 February 2020
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Advisor to the President (Domestic Policy)
Kara McKee January 20, 2017 August 1, 2018
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Special Advisor to the President (COVID-19)
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Scott Atlas
August 10, 2020 November 30, 2020 In September 2020, 78 of Atlas's former colleagues at the Stanford Medical School signed an open letter criticizing Atlas, writing that he had made "falsehoods and misrepresentations of science" that "run counter to established science" and "undermine public health authorities and the credible science that guides effective public health policy."[92] Atlas resigned days before the end of the maximum 130-day period in which he could serve with "special government employee" status[93]
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Assistant to the President and Director of the Domestic Policy Council
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Andrew Bremberg
January 20, 2017 February 2, 2019 Became Representative of the United States to the European Office of the United Nations.
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Joe Grogan
February 2, 2019 May 24, 2020 [94]
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Senior Counselor to the President
(Economic Initiatives)
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Dina Powell
January 22, 2017 January 12, 2018
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Deputy National Security Advisor (Strategy)
March 15, 2017
Nadia Schadlow January 21, 2018 April 27, 2018
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White House Cabinet Secretary
Bill McGinley January 20, 2017 July 2019 [95]
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White House Deputy Cabinet Secretary
John Mashburn mid-April 2018[8][96] Became a senior advisor to secretary of the Department of Energy Rick Perry.[96]
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Special Advisor to the President on Regulatory Reform
Carl Icahn August 18, 2017 Left amid concerns of conflicts of interest.[97][98][99]
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Assistant to the President
(Intergovernmental and Technology Initiatives)
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Reed Cordish
February 16, 2018 Stated he never planned to stay with the administration for more than a year and that his policy role was complete.[100]
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Deputy Assistant to the President
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Sebastian Gorka
August 25, 2017 Failed to obtain the security clearance necessary for work on national security issues.[101][102]
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Carlos Díaz-Rosillo
June 19, 2018 Left to work at the National Endowment for the Humanities as Senior Deputy Chairman.[103][104]
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Sean Cairncross
June 2019
Ira Greenstein February 1, 2017 March 30, 2018
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Deputy Assistant to the President
(Domestic Policy)
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Lance Leggitt
February 9, 2018
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Deputy Assistant to the President
(Strategic Communications)
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Michael Anton
February 8, 2017 April 8, 2018
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Special Assistant to the President
Andrew Surabian January 2017 September 5, 2017 [105]
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Reagan Thompson
January 2018
(Appointed by Melania Trump)
July 2018 [106]
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Director of Policy for the First Lady
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Chief of Staff to the First Lady
Lindsay Reynolds February 1, 2017 April 2020 Resigned to spend time with her family.[107]
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Stephanie Grisham
April 7, 2020 January 6, 2021 Resigned following the 2021 storming of the U.S. Capitol.[108][81]
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Special Assistant to the President
Chris Herndon January 23, 2017 December 2018 [109]
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White House Director of Information Technology
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Special Assistant to the President
(Agriculture, Trade and Food Assistance)
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Ray Starling
February 2017 May 2018 Left to become USDA Chief of Staff.[110][111]
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Special Assistant to the President
(Domestic Energy and Environmental Policy)
Michael Catanzaro April 2018 [112]
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Special Assistant to the President
(International Energy and Environment Policy)
George David Banks February 14, 2018 Resigned after learning he would not be able to obtain a security clearance due to past marijuana use.[113]
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Special Assistant to the President (Legislative Affairs)
Ben Howard January 2017 January 2018 [114]
Cindy Simms February 2017 March 2018
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Special Assistant to the President
(Office of Communications)
Cliff Sims January 2017 May 2018 [115]
Kelly Sadler May 2017 June 2018 Mocked Senator John McCain in a May 2018 closed-door meeting in front of two dozen other staffers.[116]
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Special Assistant to the President
(Technology, Telecom, and Cyber-Security Policy)
Grace Koh February 23, 2017 March 2018 Left to join the private law firm DLA Piper.[117][118][119]
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National Security Advisor
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Michael Flynn
January 20, 2017 February 13, 2017 Resigned after misleading Vice President Mike Pence about the nature and content of his communications with Ambassador Sergey Kislyak.[120][121] His tenure was the shortest in the office's history.[122][123]
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H. R. McMaster
February 20, 2017 April 9, 2018 McMaster was criticized in August 2017 after he fired several National Security Council staff members,[124][125] but Trump affirmed his confidence in McMaster.[126][127] On March 15, 2018, it was reported that Trump had decided to dismiss McMaster at a later, unspecified date.[128] McMaster resigned as National Security Advisor on March 22, 2018, effective April 9.[129][130]
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John Bolton
April 9, 2018 September 10, 2019 Resigned amid disagreements within the Trump administration on Korea, Iran and Afghanistan policy.
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Deputy National Security Advisor
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K. T. McFarland
February 20, 2017 May 19, 2017 Reported not to be a good fit at the NSC,[131][132] she resigned after less than four months. Trump nominated her to be United States Ambassador to Singapore, but her nomination stalled and was withdrawn.[133]
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Ricky L. Waddell
May 19, 2017 May 15, 2018
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Mira Ricardel
May 15, 2018 November 14, 2018 Left after reported disputes with Defense Secretary James Mattis and First Lady Melania Trump.[134]
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Charles Kupperman
January 11, 2019 September 22, 2019 Acting National Security Advisor from September 10, 2019 until the appointment of Robert O'Brien on September 18, 2019.
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Matthew Pottinger
September 22, 2019 January 6, 2021 Resigned following the 2021 storming of the U.S. Capitol.[135][81]
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Senior Director for Asian Affairs of the National Security Council
January 20, 2017 September 22, 2019 Became Deputy National Security Advisor.[136]
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Deputy National Security Advisor for Middle East and North African Affairs
Victoria Coates October 10, 2019 February 20, 2020 Reassigned to Energy Department after rumors that she was the author of an anonymous op-ed criticizing Trump.[137]
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Homeland Security Advisor
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Tom Bossert
January 20, 2017 April 10, 2018 His resignation came after John R. Bolton was announced as National Security Adviser, indicating Bolton's intentions to name his own people to supporting positions. Bossert had previously expressed interest in becoming involved in policy issues such as counterterrorism and cyberwarfare, but had spent much of his time as Homeland Security Advisor as the administration's face in dealing with hurricanes that affected Texas and Florida.[138]
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Doug Fears
June 1, 2018 July 12, 2019 [139]
Peter J. Brown July 12, 2019 February 7, 2020 Named Special Representative for Puerto Rico's Disaster Recovery.[140]
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Deputy Homeland Security Advisor
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Rob Joyce
October 13, 2017 April 10, 2018
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National Security Advisor
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Keith Kellogg
February 13, 2017 February 20, 2017
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Executive Secretary and Chief of Staff of the National Security Council
January 20, 2017 April 27, 2018
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Fred Fleitz
April 27, 2018 October 15, 2018 [141]
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Executive Secretary of the National Security Council

Joan Virginia O'Hara
November 19, 2018 October 11, 2019 [142]
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Director of Strategic Planning of the National Security Council
Rich Higgins January 20, 2017 July 21, 2017 [143]
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Deputy Chief of Staff for the National Security Council
Tera Dahl January 20, 2017 July 6, 2017 [144]
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Senior Director for Strategic Communications and Spokesperson for the National Security Council
Garrett Marquis May 29, 2018 September 11, 2019 [145]
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Senior Director for Intelligence Programs of the National Security Council
Ezra Cohen-Watnick January 2017 August 2, 2017 [146]
Michael Barry October 2017 July 2018 [147]
Michael Ellis March 2, 2020 November 2020 Ellis reviewed the book The Room Where It Happened by John Bolton before its publication. On January 19, 2021, Ellis became NSA General Counsel, a career position that could continue into the Biden administration. On January 20, he was put on administrative leave pending a review of his appointment.
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Senior Director for Western Hemisphere Affairs of the National Security Council
Craig Deare January 20, 2017 February 18, 2017 [148]
Juan Cruz May 11, 2017 August 2018 [149]
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Senior Director for European and Russian Affairs of the National Security Council
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Fiona Hill
April 2017 June 2019 Both Hill[150] and Morrison[151] were witnesses in the impeachment inquiry.
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Tim Morrison
August 2019 October 31, 2019
Andrew Peek November 1, 2019 January 19, 2020 Was placed on administrative leave following a security-related investigation and did not return to the role.[152]
Tom Williams January 20, 2020 June 18, 2020 [153]
Ryan Tully January 6, 2021 Resigned following the 2021 storming of the U.S. Capitol.[154]
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Director for European Affairs of the National Security Council
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Alexander Vindman
July 2018 February 7, 2020 Vindman and his twin brother Yevgeny, also an Army Lieutenant Colonel and an ethics lawyer, were removed from the NSC two days after Trump's impeachment acquittal.[155]
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Senior Director for Middle East and North African Affairs of the National Security Council
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Derek Harvey
January 27, 2017 July 27, 2017 [156]
Rob Greenway May 2017 January 7, 2021 Resigned following the 2021 storming of the U.S. Capitol.[154]
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Senior Director for African Affairs of the National Security Council
Robin Townley January 20, 2017 February 10, 2017 Denied a critical security clearance by the CIA.[157]
Cyril Sartor August 3, 2017 June 2019 [158]
Erin Walsh July 2019 January 7, 2021 Resigned following the 2021 storming of the U.S. Capitol.[159]
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Senior Director for Gulf Affairs of the National Security Council
Kirsten Fontenrose March 15, 2018 November 16, 2018 [160]
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Senior Director for Global Health Security and Biodefense of the National Security Council
Tim Ziemer April 2017 May 8, 2018 Ziemer was the White House's point man on global health crises. His duties were taken over by the Senior Director for Weapons of Mass Destruction and Biodefense.[161]
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Senior Director for International Organizations and Alliances of the National Security Council
Jennifer Arangio January 2017 July 14, 2018 [162]
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Senior Director for Counterterrorism of the National Security Council
Kash Patel August 6, 2019 February 19, 2020 Moved to be a senior advisor at the Office of the Director of National Intelligence upon Richard Grenell becoming acting DNI.[163]
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Senior Director for Defense Policy and Strategy of the National Security Council
Earl Matthews July 14, 2018 November 7, 2019 [164]
Mark Vandroff March 2020 January 7, 2021 Resigned following the 2021 storming of the U.S. Capitol.[159]
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Senior Director for Emerging Technologies of the National Security Council
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William Happer
September 2018 September 11, 2019 [165]
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Director for Medical and Biodefense Preparedness Policy of the National Security Council
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Luciana Borio
July 2017 May 2018
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Senior Director for Weapons of Mass Destruction of the National Security Council

Anthony Ruggiero July 2, 2018 January 7, 2021 Resigned following the 2021 storming of the U.S. Capitol.[159]
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White House Staff Secretary
Rob Porter January 20, 2017 February 7, 2018 Resigned his position as White House Staff Secretary after domestic abuse allegations from both of his former wives came to public attention.[166]
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White House Personal Secretary
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Madeleine Westerhout
January 20, 2017 February 2, 2019
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Director of Oval Office Operations
February 2, 2019 August 29, 2019 Fired after sharing details of Trump family matters and Oval Office operations with reporters.[167]
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White House Press Secretary
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Sean Spicer
January 20, 2017 July 21, 2017 Announced his resignation July 21, 2017, although he remained at the White House in an unspecified capacity until August 31.[168][169] His tenure was the sixth-shortest in the office's history.[a][170]
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White House Director of Communications
January 20, 2017 March 6, 2017
June 2, 2017 July 21, 2017
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Michael Dubke
March 6, 2017 June 2, 2017 His tenure was the fourth-shortest in the office's history, excluding interim appointments.
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Anthony Scaramucci
July 25, 2017 July 31, 2017 His tenure was the shortest in the office's history, breaking the former record held by Jack Koehler.[171] Scaramucci is a member of the Republican Political Alliance for Integrity and Reform.
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Hope Hicks
August 16, 2017 March 29, 2018 On February 27, 2018, Hicks told a Congressional committee that she had told "white lies" on Trump's behalf.[172][173][174] The next day Hicks announced her intention to resign,[175][176] effective March 29.[177]
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White House Director of Strategic Communications
January 20, 2017 September 12, 2017
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Mercedes Schlapp
September 12, 2017 July 1, 2019 Pres. Trump tweeted that Schlapp would be joining his 2020 presidential campaign.
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Alyssa Farah
April 7, 2020 December 4, 2020 Resigned; "plans to start a consulting firm[;] ... had initially planned to leave before the election" per an anonymous source[178]
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White House Deputy Chief of Staff (Communications)
Bill Shine July 5, 2018 March 8, 2019 Resigned to work for the Trump 2020 presidential campaign.[179]
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White House Director of Communications
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Stephanie Grisham
July 1, 2019 April 7, 2020 Grisham was the First Lady's Press Secretary and Communications Director. New Chief of Staff Mark Meadows removed her, and she returned to the East Wing to be the First Lady's Chief of Staff.[107]
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White House Press Secretary
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Sarah Huckabee Sanders
July 26, 2017 June 30, 2019
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White House Principal Deputy Press Secretary
January 22, 2017 July 26, 2017 Became White House Press Secretary.
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Deputy Press Secretary

Lindsay Walters
April 13, 2019
Hogan Gidley October 11, 2017 January 31, 2019
Sarah Matthews June 2019[180] January 6, 2021 Resigned following the 2021 storming of the U.S. Capitol.[181][182][183][81]
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White House Deputy Director of Communications and Research
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Raj Shah
January 20, 2017 September 12, 2017
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White House Principal Deputy Press Secretary
September 12, 2017 January 14, 2019 [184]
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White House Deputy Director of Communications
Jessica Ditto January 20, 2017 March 2019 [107]
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Assistant Communications Director for Surrogate Operations
Boris Epshteyn January 22, 2017 March 25, 2017
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Deputy White House Communications Director
Josh Raffel January 20, 2017 February 28, 2018 Resigned in order to move back to New York City because of "family obligations".[185]
Adam Kennedy November 2018 March 6, 2020 Kennedy held several staff positions from the start of the Trump administration through March 2020.[186]
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Senior White House Assistant Press Secretary
Michael Short January 20, 2017 July 25, 2017 White House Communications Director Anthony Scaramucci stated his intent to fire Short in an interview with Politico on July 25, 2017. Short resigned later that day.[187][188]
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White House Director of Media Affairs
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Helen Aguirre Ferré
January 23, 2017 August 2018 Resigned to become Director for Strategic Communications and Public Affairs for the National Endowment for the Arts.
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White House Director of Advance
George Gigicos January 22, 2017 July 31, 2017
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Deputy Director of the Domestic Policy Council
Paul Winfree December 2017
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White House Director of Budget Policy
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White House Director of Legislative Affairs
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Marc Short
July 20, 2018[189] February 2019: Returned to White House as chief of staff for Vice President Mike Pence.[190]
Shahira Knight July 2018 June 17, 2019 Decided to depart as cooperation with Congress had taken a back seat to election politics.[191]
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Special Assistant to the President (Economic Policy)
January 20, 2017 July 2018
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White House Deputy Director of Legislative Affairs of Nominations
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Mary Elizabeth Taylor
January 20, 2017 October 1, 2018 Became Assistant Secretary of State for Legislative Affairs.
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Director of the National Economic Council
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Gary Cohn
January 20, 2017 March 13, 2018 Announcement followed Trump's proposal to impose import tariffs on steel and aluminum, and Trump's cancellation of a meeting with end-users of steel and aluminium that Cohn had arranged in an attempt to dissuade the president from the planned tariffs.[192]
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Deputy Director of the National Economic Council for Economic Policy
(Domestic Policy)
Jeremy Katz January 22, 2017 January 2018 [193]
Andrew Olmem July 2, 2018 June 19, 2020 [194]
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Deputy Director of the National Economic Council (International Policy)
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Kenneth Juster
January 20, 2017 June 8, 2017 Became U.S. Ambassador to India.

Everett Eissenstat

June 8, 2017 July 2, 2018
Clete Willems July 2, 2018 March 22, 2019 [195]
Kelly Ann Shaw March 22, 2019 October 25, 2019 [196]
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Director of the National Trade Council
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Peter Navarro
January 22, 2017 April 29, 2017
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Director of the Office of Intergovernmental Affairs
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Justin R. Clark
January 20, 2017 March 13, 2018
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Director of the Office of Public Liaison
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George Sifakis
March 6, 2017 September 25, 2017 Left after less than seven months.[197]
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Justin R. Clark
March 18, 2018 December 7, 2018
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Steve Munisteri
December 7, 2018 February 2, 2019
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Deputy Director of the Office of Public Liaison
February 14, 2017 February 2, 2019
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Director of Communications for the Office of Public Liaison
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Omarosa
January 20, 2017 January 20, 2018 Resignation was announced December 13, 2017.[198][199] It was reported that White House Chief of Staff John F. Kelly fired Newman,[200][201] but Newman disputed the account, stating that she resigned.[202][203]
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Director of Oval Office Operations
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Keith Schiller
January 20, 2017 September 20, 2017 Left reportedly after White House Chief of Staff John F. Kelly told him he needed permission to speak to the president and to provide written reports of those conversations.[204][205][206]
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White House Director of Political Affairs
Bill Stepien[207] January 21, 2017 December 7, 2018
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White House Counsel
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Don McGahn
January 20, 2017 October 17, 2018[208] President Trump tweeted in August 2018 that McGahn would leave after the Kavanaugh confirmation vote.[209]
Emmet Flood October 17, 2018 December 10, 2018
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White House Deputy Counsel
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Makan Delrahim
January 20, 2017 September 28, 2017 Left to become United States Assistant Attorney General for the Department of Justice Antitrust Division.

Gregory G. Katsas

January 22, 2017 December 8, 2017 Left to become a Judge of the United States Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit.
Stefan Passantino January 20, 2017 August 2018
Annie Donaldson February 2017 December 2018
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White House Special Counsel
Ty Cobb July 2017 May 2018 Cobb commented, "I believed then and now I worked for the country. I didn’t really have any difficulty with that. People's reactions were frequently hostile when they found out what I was doing. How hypocritical is it to think that the Democrats deserve the best people and Republicans don’t? I have served both. It’s the same country."[78]
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White House Associate Counsel

Stacy Cline Amin

January 2017

Rene Augustine

January 2018
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John Bash
December 2017 Left to become United States Attorney for the Western District of Texas.
James Burnham October 2017 Resigned to become a United States Assistant Attorney General.
Michael Ellis February 6, 2017 March 2, 2020 Ellis reportedly revealed classified intelligence reports to Devin Nunes, for whom he formerly worked. He was involved in the Trump-Ukraine scandal and refused to testify in the House Intelligence Committee's impeachment investigation.

Became senior director for intelligence on the National Security Council.

Chris Grieco January 2017 August 2018
Brian Rabbitt November 2017
Jim Schultz January 20, 2017 November 24, 2017
Steven Menashi September 2018 November 14, 2019 Left to become a Judge of the United States Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit.
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White House Deputy Associate Counsel
Stuart McCommas January 2017 April 2018
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Personal attorney for President Trump
John M. Dowd June 2017 March 22, 2018 Dowd cited Trump's repeatedly ignoring advice, clashing over legal strategy, and the recent hire of attorney Joseph diGenova to the legal team as justification for his resignation,[210][211] while Trump cited his lack of confidence in Dowd to handle the investigation.[211]
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Legal Advisor to the President
Marc Kasowitz May 24, 2017 July 20, 2017
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White House speechwriter
David Sorensen January 20, 2017 February 9, 2018 Resigned after his ex-wife Jessica Corbett detailed allegations of physical and emotional abuse during their two-and-a-half year marriage. Sorensen denied the allegations,[212] alleged that she had been abusive towards him and submitted his resignation.[213]
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White House speechwriter and Policy Aide to the President
Darren Beattie August 19, 2018 [214]
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Personal Aide to the President
John McEntee January 20, 2017 March 13, 2018
Jordan Karem March 13, 2018 January 2019
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Director of Oval Office Operations
June 6, 2018
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Physician to the President
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Ronny Jackson
July 25, 2013 March 28, 2018
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Chairman of the Strategic and Policy Forum

Stephen A. Schwarzman January 22, 2017 August 16, 2017 [215]
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Chair of the Opioid and Drug Abuse Commission
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Chris Christie
March 29, 2017 November 1, 2017
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Member of the Opioid and Drug Abuse Commission
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Charlie Baker

Roy Cooper
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Patrick J. Kennedy
Bertha Madras
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Pam Bondi
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Vice Chair of the Presidential Advisory Commission on Election Integrity
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Kris Kobach
May 11, 2017 January 3, 2018
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Co-Chair of the Council of Governors
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Mary Fallin
May 2017 January 14, 2019
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Dannel Malloy
Reappointment
(Tenure began February 4, 2010)
January 9, 2019
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Member of the Council of Governors
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Terry Branstad
March 9, 2011 May 24, 2017
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Matt Mead
May 1, 2017
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Brian Sandoval
February 21, 2013
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Terry McAuliffe
February 24, 2015
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Rick Snyder
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Eric Greitens
May 2017 June 1, 2018
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Bill Haslam
Reappointment
(Tenure began in 2014)
January 19, 2019
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Mark Dayton[216]
Reappointment
(Tenure began February 24, 2015)
January 7, 2019
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Rick Scott
May 1, 2017 January 7, 2019
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Bill Walker
December 3, 2018
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Charlie Baker
Reappointment
(Tenure began in 2016)
February 22, 2019
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John Bel Edwards
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Deputy Director for Management of the Office of Management and Budget
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Margaret Weichert
February 28, 2018 March 2020 Became a managing director at Accenture.
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Administrator of the Office of Information and Regulatory Affairs
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Neomi Rao
July 18, 2017 March 18, 2019 Left to become a Judge of the United States Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit.
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United States Chief Information Officer
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Suzette Kent
January 29, 2018 July 2020 [217]
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Director of the Office of National Drug Control Policy
Kemp Chester January 20, 2017 March 27, 2017
Richard J. Baum March 28, 2017 February 9, 2018
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Deputy Chief of Staff for the Office of National Drug Control Policy and White House Liaison
Taylor Weyeneth January 23, 2017 January 24, 2018 Formerly White House Liaison at the Office of National Drug Control Policy as a political appointee and Deputy White House Liaison/Special Assistant at the Department of Treasury, Weyeneth was the Deputy Chief of Staff until resigning on January 24, 2018.[218] Hired by HUD in March 2018 on opioid policy, he said in January he was "unfairly criticized".[219]
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Trade Representative

Maria Pagan January 20, 2017 March 2, 2017
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Stephen Vaughn
March 2, 2017 May 15, 2017
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Senior Advisor to the President
(Economic Affairs)
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Kevin Hassett
April 15, 2020 July 2020 [220]
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Chairman of the Council of Economic Advisers
September 13, 2017 June 28, 2019 [221]
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Tomas J. Philipson
June 28, 2019 June 24, 2020 [222]
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Tyler Goodspeed
June 23, 2020 January 6, 2021 Resigned following the 2021 storming of the U.S. Capitol.[154][81]
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Special Representative for International Negotiations
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Jason Greenblatt
January 20, 2017 October 31, 2019 Greenblatt left before the release of the peace plan that he worked on for over two years.
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Special Chairman of Federal Salary Council
Ron Sanders December 2017 October 26, 2020 Resigned in protest to a recent Executive Order stripping federal protections from key federal workers.[223]
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White House Social Secretary

Rickie Niceta February 8, 2017 January 6, 2021 Resigned following the 2021 storming of the U.S. Capitol.[108][81]

See also[edit]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Excluding interim appointments. Also excludes James Brady, who was permanently disabled by a gunshot wound 69 days into his tenure, and George Stephanopoulos, who briefed the press during his tenure as Communications Director though the title formally belonged to Dee Dee Myers.

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