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Joe Biden’s Comms chief resigns after Kamala Harris’s Comms director leaves the administration


Joe Biden’s communications chief resigned just one day after Kamala Harris’s Comms director announced she was leaving the administration.

This is the second White House staff member to leave within one week amid reports of turmoil and crater polling numbers for both Biden and Harris.

“It was an honor and privilege to serve POTUS and the American people at the White House,” Emma Riley tweeted Friday. “I’m excited to be moving down Pennsylvania Ave and traveling through the country together. [Department of Labor] Secretary Marty Walsh ”

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It was recently reported Kamala Harris’s communications director Ashley Etienne left the administration in December to pursue “other opportunities”.

Ashley Etienne’s departure comes days after CNN reported on tensions between Team Biden and Team Harris.

White House press secretary Jen Psaki issued a statement defending Kamala Harris via Twitter on Sunday night following a CNN report earlier in the day describing strained, inflammatory relations between Team Biden and Team Harris – something Jack Posobiec has been saying for months exclusively reported as the “White House Shadow War.”

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