The US President Trump has seen staff turnover in excess of 37% over the calendar year ending June 30, an AP analysis of White House filings shows. Trump's White House is setting records for attrition.
According to the most recent filing, 141 staffers who worked for the president at that point last year are gone, with 138 new arrivals.
The figures don't include those who arrived and departed during the year or those who departed before June 30, 2017.
Some 61% of Trump's senior-most aides have left the White House. Only Bill Clinton's 42% comes close for the last five administrations.
The White House's annual salary disclosure to Congress shows that more than 170 staffers received raises over that period, largely reflecting promotions.
First Lady Melania Trump's spokeswoman, Stephanie Grisham, received a $40,000 bump to $155,000.
Sylvia Davis, a deputy policy coordinator, received the largest increase. She now makes $85,000, more than the $70,000 she made as an assistant staff secretary.