Kamala Harris’ communications director is leaving the administration

Comes after Etienne’s departure CNN detailed the significant tension between West Wing aides and the Vice President’s office. CNN reported that according to sources who received the call, several people on Harris’ staff had begun reaching out to contacts to say they wanted to leave.

“Ashley is a valued member of the vice president’s team, who have worked tirelessly to advance the goals of this administration,” the official said. “She is leaving office in December to pursue other opportunities.”

Vanity Fair was the first to inform him of his departure.

Harris played down concerns over his role on Thursday morning and emphasized unity with President Joe Biden.

“It was a good week. And this week, when we got the bipartisan Infrastructure Act passed and signed by the president, we made a statement about all the hard work that went into it. … We’re working and we’re going to do it.” doing together,” she told George Stephanopoulos in a brief interview on ABC’s “Good Morning America.”

When asked if she felt abused, Harris laughed and said, “No, I don’t.”

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