WASHINGTON (AP) -- President Donald Trump's top economic adviser resigned over a policy dispute, the secretary of state he long clashed with was fired and a slew of top aides headed for the exits.
But the president is privately weighing more changes, expressing frustration with certain advisers and considering possible replacements.
Four people with knowledge of White House deliberations say the president is moving toward replacing National Security Adviser H.R. McMaster, but has not settled on exact timing or a successor. Confidants of the president say Chief of Staff John Kelly has also worn on the president. And Veterans Affairs Secretary David Shulkin, under fire for ethics violations, appears to be grasping to keep his job.