Kamala Harris the vice president continues to be a watery source, with the latest adventure being a high-profile resignation barely a year into Harris’ tenure.
Harris has seen a lot of resignations in the last six months, as previously reported. Symone Sanders, who was a senior advisor/chief speaker, resigned in November. Nine of Harris’s assistants had left her by mid-March. Some accused her of bullying.
Michael Fuchs, Harris’ most significant loss, has now moved on to better pastures.
SCOOP:@VP Harris’s deputy chief of staff, Michael Fuchs, is leaving the admin, acc to an internal staff memo seen by Reuters. Harris is also hiring a new chief speechwriter, Meghan Groob, who most recently worked as an editorial director at Gates Ventures. Story via @reuters.
— Nandita Bose (@nanditab1) April 4, 2022
It was days gone by when high resignation rates were used as an indicator of instability in an administration. Harris was then able to identify the problem.
This is fair enough. It was smart to hire a chief speechwriter. It’s not clear if this will solve the problem, but it sure couldn’t hurt.
This is the standard cringe that Harris delivers.
Kamala Harris really wants to convey that she understands the significance of the passage of time. pic.twitter.com/16hpuqFcwt
— Townhall.com (@townhallcom) March 21, 2022
Harris will be the vice-president, so it is true Harris’ chaos will not end. It will also ensure that there is no staff turnover.
Due to her poor first year, Harris is well-known in America. Harris’ overall positive rating at the moment is only 37 %. Harris has not been a scandal-prone politician.