Turmoil in Kamala Harris – Another employee leaves her team
Things are not going well for the US Vice President. Kamala Harris loses a second employee in a few weeks. The White House is trying to eliminate the feeling of unrest. However, there have been increasing reports recently that Harris is frustrated with the team.
D.US Vice President Kamala Harris’ team did not remain silent. Amid bad reviews and negative headlines, the White House announced on Thursday at the request of Washington that Harris’ spokesman Simon Sanders be stepping down at the end of this year.
Harris and President Joe Biden thank Sanders for her work during the presidential election campaign and the first year of government. He is a valuable member of the White House and will disappear.
It was only two weeks ago that it was announced that Harris’ communications director Ashley Etienne would be leaving the team later this year to “dedicate herself to other work”.
This change comes at a critical time for Harris: Biden’s deputy has been battling declining approval ratings for months. Recently, there has been an increase in media reports of frustration and breakdown in the Harris team.
Kamala Harris has yet to score
Overall, the first few months in office did not go well for the Democrats. The 57-year-old was initially hailed as the first woman and the first black woman to serve as US vice president. However, so far she has not been able to create her own profile.
During the first few weeks of the new administration, Harris rarely appeared in terms of content. He ended up relying on Pita for a number of complex issues, including the prevention of illegal immigration. Harris was unable to score here, but instead made several mistakes and did not look overall.
White House spokeswoman Jen Psaki Harris said the team was trying to eliminate the appearance of unrest in the team. Saki said on Thursday that working on the presidential election campaign and the first year of the new government would be fruitful but very stressful. After these intense years, it is a “natural” process for some employees to dedicate themselves to new tasks and decide to sleep more and devote more time to personal things.
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