Symone Sanders, a top Kamala Harris adviser, resigning amid signs of VP office disarray
Sanders is the second top Harris aide whose resignation has been announced in the last two weeks
Symone Sanders, a senior counsel to Vice President Harris and her central representative, will leave toward the year’s end, in an indication of developing unrest inside the workplace.
Sanders is the second top Harris helper to report her takeoff in under a month. Only fourteen days prior, it arose that Harris Communications Director Ashley Etienne had surrendered. Harris has been tormented by helpless endorsement evaluations and inquiries from Republican pundits about her skill.
“Symone has served decently for quite a long time,” a White House official told Fox News. “First as an important individual from the President’s 2020 official mission, then, at that point, as an individual from his progress group and presently representative aide to the President and senior counsel/boss representative to the Vice President.”
Once in the past, Sanders filled in as the seat of the Coalition for Juvenile Justice Emerging Leaders Committee and as an individual from the Federal Advisory Committee on Juvenile Justice as she supported for social and racial equity and featured monetary disparity.