President Trump's White House has seen a number of top officials depart since he took office on Jan. 20.

Here's who's gone:

Sebastian GorkaDeputy assistant

Controversial adviser to President Trump accused of having ties to far-right foreign groups, he lasted one week in a post-Steve Bannon White House. Gorka claims he resigned, which the White House disputes.

Andrew Hemming • Rapid response director

Former RNC research adviser, White House said his departure was a mutual decision.

Steve Bannon • Chief strategist

Former chairman of Breitbart News, dedicated to Trump's populist platform and a main link between Trump and the "alt-right." He "mutually agreed" to leave the White House with new chief of staff John Kelly.

Anthony Scaramucci • Communications director

Financier who joined the Trump White House for 10 whirlwind days, which saw the departures of Sean Spicer and Reince Priebus, before quickly being shown the door by Priebus chief of staff replacement John Kelly.

Michael Short • Assistant press secretary

One of several former RNC staffers who followed Sean Spicer and Reince Priebus to the White House. Anthony Scaramucci planned to fire him, but he officially resigned first.

Reince Priebus • Chief of staff

Former RNC chairman who struggled to bring order to a chaotic White House, finally shown the door after Trump brought in Anthony Scaramucci as communications director over Priebus' strenuous objections.

Sean Spicer • Press secretary

Former RNC spokesman whose daily combative exchanges with the press on the president's behalf came to an end over Trump's decision to put Anthony Scaramucci in charge of driving the White House's messaging, despite lacking any political experience.

Mike Dubke • Communications director

Brought in by Sean Spicer in February and left three months later amid rumors of a White House staff shakeup.

K.T. McFarland • Deputy national security adviser

Former Fox News contributor and Mike Flynn's deputy during his brief tenure as national security adviser. She left the White House and Trump nominated her to be ambassador to Singapore.

Katie Walsh • Deputy chief of staff

Deputy chief of staff under Reince Priebus, she left after Trump suffered a very public defeat on his first attempt to get Obamacare repealed.

Mike Flynn • National security adviser

Former head of the Defense Intelligence Agency fired by Barack Obama, he became a top Trump surrogate during the campaign but failed to disclose meetings with Russian contacts, about which he later misled Vice President Mike Pence.