Kamala’s office is hit by ANOTHER high level departure as chief spokeswoman who helped spearhead VP’s approach to southern border crisis quits amid whispering campaign over Harris’s presidential prospects 

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  • Sources say Sanders will leave White House post by end of December
  • His resignation came just a few weeks ago after Ashley Etienne, the director of .com
  • Departures follow reports of a turbulent time and internal tension for VP
  • Chatter grows that Harris is disappointed that his skills are not being used well.
  • Harris and the White House vehemently denied the reports and insisted all was well

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A second high-level employee is leaving Vice President Kamala Harris’s office amid reports of internal tension and perceived frustration that President Joe Biden is not positioning her well for the presidency.

Simone Sanders, Harris’ senior adviser and chief spokesman, will leave the White House by the end of this month, according to a politician The report cited five administrative officials.

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According to the White House, it was announced the departure of Harris’ communications director Ashley Etienne, who is also leaving this month to “pursue other opportunities.”

In recent weeks, Harris has struggled with increasing reports that his office is disorganized, and his team is dismayed at being assigned ‘no-win’ tasks that are not commensurate with their skills, such as ‘behind migration’. Dealing with ‘root causes’. Recent border crisis.

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Harris’ senior adviser and chief spokesman Simon Sanders will leave the White House by the end of this month, according to a new report.

In recent weeks, Harris has struggled with growing reports that his office is in disarray, and his team is frustrated at being assigned 'no-win' tasks that are not commensurate with his skills.

In recent weeks, Harris has struggled with growing reports that his office is in disarray, and his team is frustrated at being assigned ‘no-win’ tasks that are not commensurate with his skills.

Sanders traveled frequently with Harris and as a senior adviser helped him grab a tough portfolio including the migrant issue and push for a comprehensive federal overhaul of election laws.

Harris has faced a decline in approval ratings since taking office, threatening what would normally be an easier path to the Democratic presidential nomination in 2028 or 2024 if Biden turns 81 again. decide not to choose from.

Amid the unrest, Sanders has been Harris’ top Bulldog defender, with the West Wing batting back on claims of internal disarray and tension.

Last month, Sanders was the first to respond to a detailed CNN report in which Harris’ aides complained that she had been set up to fail, and assigned a portfolio that hails as the first woman and first woman of color. not commensurate with their historical position. , to assume the position of Vice President.

‘They’re constantly sending her there for her skill set on losing issues in the wrong circumstances,’ said a former high-level Harris aide in the bombing report.

Sanders counterattacked in a statement: ‘It is unfortunate that after a productive visit to France in which we reaffirmed our relationship with America’s oldest ally and demonstrated American leadership on the world stage, and a historic, bipartisan fundamental After the passage of the Framework Bill to strengthen jobs and our communities, some in the media are focusing on the gossip – not the results delivered by the President and Vice President.

Amid the unrest, Sanders (right) has been Harris' top Bulldog defender, with the West Wing batting back on claims of internal disarray and tension

Amid the unrest, Sanders (right) has been Harris’ top Bulldog defender, with the West Wing batting back on claims of internal disarray and tension

An official in the vice president’s office told Politico that Sanders, a former Biden campaign aide, had been working for the administration in some capacity for three years, adding that Biden and Harris knew “a while” about his departure. Was.

Etienne’s departure plan was confirmed on 18 November.

‘Ashley is a valued member of the Vice President’s team, who have worked tirelessly to advance the goals of this Administration. “She is leaving office in December to look for other opportunities,” a White House official told DailyMail.com.

Both Harris and Biden have strongly denied that there is any tension between them, denying reports that are based mostly on anonymous staff accounts.

The White House strangled them with their defenses one after the other CNN The report claimed that Biden was distancing himself from Harris because of his sliding poll numbers, while the vice president was feeling isolated and frustrated given some of the most difficult issues for the administration in his portfolio.

White House Chief of Staff Ron Klein tweeted that Harris is an “incredible leader” and White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki argued that Harris receives more criticism because of her status as a woman of color. Harris is the country’s first woman and the first black vice president.

His announced departure comes after Ashley Etienne, Harris' communications director, is also leaving this month to 'purse other opportunities'.

His announced departure comes after Ashley Etienne, Harris' communications director, is also leaving this month to 'pursue other opportunities'.

The announcement of Sanders’ departure came after Harris’ communications director Ashley Etienne (left and right), who is also leaving this month to ‘pursue other opportunities’.

The president has publicly stated that he intends to run again. But there has been anonymity among Democrats that if he does, he should consider replacing Harris.

There is further speculation that if he does not run again, Harris will not be a strong contender to replace him. Some have suggested that Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg would be a better candidate for the nomination.

A recent Politico/Morning Consulting poll showed the transportation secretary with a higher favorability rating than both Biden and Harris – whom he led by 12 points.

This has sparked rumors of a growing feud between Buttigieg and Harris, which the two are expected to end with a joint appearance on Thursday in Charlotte, North Carolina.

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