President Donald Trump's longtime personal aide John McEntee is out at the White House, marking yet another departure in an executive office marked by a revolving door of hirings and firings.
CNN reported that McEntee was fired because he is being investigated by the Department of Homeland Security for serious financial crimes, and that he still had not received security clearance for his work. NBC has not confirmed that report.
McEntee was by Trump's side during the 2016 campaign and during the president's first year at the White House, but struggled to get the necessary security clearances for this role. As of November, McEntee was working with interim security clearances.