Kamala’s chief spokesperson and senior advisor Symone Sanders is departing her office at the end of the year.
BREAKING 🚨 VP Kamala Harris’ chief spokesperson and senior advisor Symone Sanders is departing her office at the end of this year
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Symone Sanders, the senior adviser and chief spokesperson for Vice President Kamala Harris, is expected to leave the White House at the end of the year, according to five administration officials familiar with the matter.
It was not immediately clear where Sanders is heading next or when she will be leaving the vice president’s office. Sanders is the highest profile exit and the second high-profile one from the Harris team in the last month. Ashley Etienne, Harris’ communications director, is also set to depart in the coming weeks.
An official in the vice president’s office confirmed the departure and said the president and vice president have “known for a while.” The official added that Sanders had worked for President Joe Biden for nearly three years.
One of the most publicly recognizable individuals in the Biden administration, Sanders transitioned to Harris’ vice presidential team after serving as a Biden campaign senior adviser during the 2020 election. In her post, she helped Harris juggle a tricky portfolio, including not just the root causes of migration from Northern Triangle countries and the federal push for voting rights, but the weight of being the nation’s first female vice president.
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