It is unsurprising considering that Kamala Harris is the heir apparent to an aging President who is unlikely to be reelected. There are two plausible explanations: either her workers despise working for Harris. They couldn’t stand it for another three years, or her staffers believe her chances of becoming President are slim.
Moreover, Kamala Harris has been Vice President for less than a year, yet gathering all the ways she is awful at her job, and the focus of sniping has already become a labor of love. Democratic intellectuals are already experiencing the stages of denial and bargaining. Maybe she’ll consent to an appointment with the Supreme Court to get off the ticket! If Biden cannot run again, perhaps we can enlist Pete Buttigieg as her running partner or set him up to oppose her in the primary!
In addition, Symone Sanders, Vice President Kamala Harris’ senior advisor and primary spokesman, is expected to leave the White House at the end of the year. Sanders’s future destination or leaving the Vice President’s office was not immediately known. Sanders is the most well-known Harris team’s departure and the second high-profile one in the previous month.
Sanders worked on Bernie Sanders’ 2016 presidential campaign before moving on to Joe Biden, his successor as Vice President. While no President has ever denied a second term, Biden’s old age makes it increasingly probable that he will be unable to do so.
Kate Childs Graham, the chief speechwriter, is expected to leave at the end of the month. She is the ninth member of her team to resign since June, after her leading spokesman and communications director, both of whom are female. The Harris team will refute poisonous and chaotic workplace allegations, but actions speak louder than words.