It is common among Cabinets to have their people resign from the positions to throw Presidential force under the bus. Likewise, both history and the present refer to quite a few events where the cabinet-level secretaries decided to resign from the presidential administration. The chart below clearly compares the turnover rate during the reining period of Presidents such as Ronal Reagan, George H.W. Bush, Bill Clinton, George W. Bush, Barack Obama, and Trump.
Joe Biden winning the Presidential Elections was perhaps the most pleasant news among the citizens of America. Following in the footsteps of previous resignation trends, this time too, Chad Wolf, an Acting Director of Homeland Security announced his resignation from the Presidential administration of Trump when he was still days away from the end of his Presidency. Similarly, the Trump administration saw the most numbers of cabinet secretaries' resignations when compared to those of other Presidents.
It is evident from the chart that, during the Trump administration, each year, more than one cabinet secretaries resigned rounding up to a total of 14 resignations by the end of the Presidency. The least turnovers were recorded during the reign of George W. Bush and followed by Bush, was Barack Obama with a difference of 1 turnover and so on. It has also been reported that during Trump's administration, a total of 6 communication directors announced their resignations along. Moreover, the administration also saw frequent hiring of administration for the positions of National Security Advisors, Chief of Staffs, and Press Secretaries.
Infographic by: Statista.com