A timeline of everyone President Donald Trump has fired in the last week and a half

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    Just when you thought nothing could get more ridiculous than those Donald Trump quotes or his infamous covfefe tweet, POTUS goes ahead and pretty much fires everybody on his team.

    Donald Trump hailed yesterday as a ‘great day’ as he removed his communications director Anthony Scaramucci just 10 days after inviting him to join the Trump administration. And, understandably, the nation does not feel filled with confidence.

    Scaramucci was supposedly forced out after a series of less than flattering media appearances with Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee releasing a statement saying: ‘Anthony Scaramucci will be leaving his role as White House communications director. Mr Scaramucci felt it was best to give chief of staff John Kelly a clean slate and the ability to build his own team. We wish him all the best.’ And, this isn’t the only White House changeover that’s happened in the past week and a half…

    July 21st

    Donald Trump hires Anthony Scaramucci a few months after Michael Dubke quit (despite Scaramucci calling Trump ‘anti-American’ and ‘another hack politician’ in the past in Tweets that were later deleted.)

    Former Press Secretary Sean Spicer resigns.

    Sarah Huckabee Sanders is appointed as Press Secratary.

    July 28th

    Donald Trump fires his Chief Of Staff Reince Priebus and hires current Secretary of Homeland Security John F. Kelly to take the role. This comes after Scaramucci’s now infamous interview with The New Yorker where he called Reince ‘a fucking paranoid schizophrenic.’

    July 31st

    Donald Trump fires his communications director Anthony Scaramucci.

    And now we wait to see who Donald Trump hires as the new Secretary of Homeland Security.

    Well, it’s been quite a week at The White House alright.

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