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BREAKING: Kamala Loses Another Staffer


Troubling news continues to surface about Vice President Kamala Harris as staffers carry out a mass exodus.

Harris’ Chief National Security Adviser, Nancy McEldowney, is stepping down from her role. She was responsible for advising Harris on critical issues overseas involving Ukraine, Afghanistan and Iran.

Reports from Reuters and other mainstream media outlets are failing to mention key details: A total of 22 current and former staffers have described Harris as “abusive,” according to Politico. Harris’ chief spokeswoman and communications director quit. Then her press operations director and deputy director of public engagement quit. Last week, it was reported that Harris’ deputy press secretary is quitting.

“It’s an abusive environment,” a former staffer told Politico. “It’s not a healthy environment and people often feel mistreated. It’s not a place where people feel supported but a place where people feel treated like s***.”

Another former senior staff member, Kelly Mehlenbacher, wrote a scathing resignation about Harris. “This is my third presidential campaign and I have never seen an organization treat its staff so poorly,” Mehlenbacher said.

In her resignation, McEldowney explains that she is stepping down due to “focus on some pressing personal matters.” To help reduce any concerns or suspicions, she notes that she’s “not rushing out the door.” It’s unclear when exactly her last day will be.

At the same time, Politico previously reported that Harris’ toxic office has caused many staffers to consider other employment opportunities.

The Reuters report failed to mention any of these critical details. If these accusations about a hostile work environment were about former Vice President Mike Pence’s office, the left-wing media would certainly be covering it in great detail.

McEldowney will be succeeded by her deputy Philip Gordon, according to an internal staff memo seen by Reuters.

Both McEldowney and Gordon have worked for Harris since she took office. McEldowney accompanied Harris on several foreign trips.

“This was a difficult decision because I am so deeply committed to the work we do and the crucial national interest we serve. But after more than a year, this is the right decision for my family,” she said.

A senior administration official said no date has been set yet but it is likely to be at the end of the month, according to Reuters.


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