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Michael: “Taps”: Part 2 *-Trump nominatee. *John Bolton, National Security Adviser. Resigned? Fired? *Kurt Volker, Special Representative, to Ukraine. Resigned. *Rick Perry, Energy Secretary. Resigned, at the end of 2019. Office of Management and Budget official. Resigned: September 2019. The, cited, reason was:“…some frustrations, about not understanding the reason for the hold” of aid to the Ukraine. *Kevin McAleenan, Acting Secretary of Homeland Security. Resigned: November 2019. *Tim Morrison, Russia expert. Resigned: October 31, 2019. *Mina Chang, Deputy Assistant Secretary, Bureau of Conflict and Stability Operations. “Padded” resume and creation of, fraudulent, Time-magazine-cover-featured appearance. Resigned: Nov. 18, 2019. *Richard Spencer, Navy Secretary. Resigned: Nov. 23, 2019. *Bill Taylor, Diplomat to Ukraine. Resigned: end of 2019. Marie Yovanovich, Ambassador to Ukraine. Retired. *Lieutenant Colonel Alexander Vindman, National Security Council. Fired: Fri., Feb. 7, 2020. *Lieutenant Colonel Yevgeny Vindman. Fired: Feb. 7, 2020. *Gordon Sondland, Ambassador to the European Union. Fired: Fri., Feb. 7, 2020 *Elaine McCusker, Acting Pentagon Comptroller. Application, withdrawn, by: Trump. *John Rood, Defense Policy Official. Resign: Feb. 28, 2020. Rood: “leaving, at Trump’s request.” *Joseph Maguire, Acting Director of National Intelligence. Replaced, by: Ric Grenell. *Ric Grenell, Acting Director of National Intelligence. *John Ratcliffe, National Intelligence Director. Rehired? *Mick Mulvaney, Acting White House Chief of Staff. “Leaving”. Resigned? Fired? *Michael Atkinson, Inspector General, Intelligence Community. Fired.