Two more Kamala Harris aides are leaving the administration amid reports of Biden-Harris turmoil.
The Hill reported:
Two more aides working in Vice President Harris’s office are expected to leave their roles in the coming weeks in addition to the two high-profile exits of her press secretary and communications director, a source familiar with the departures confirmed to The Hill
Peter Velz, who is the vice president’s director of press operations, and Vince Evans, the deputy director of the Office of Public Engagement and Intergovernmental Affairs for Harris, are planning to leave those positions soon, the source confirmed.
The departure of Velz and Evans, who are expected to take new jobs in or close to the Biden administration, comes on the heels of news that Symone Sanders, Harris’s press secretary, will leave the administration. Officials suggested Sanders had long planned to leave at the end of 2021.
On Wednesday it was reported Symone Sanders, a senior advisor and chief spokesperson to Kamala Harris, is leaving the White House at the end of the month.
Kamala Harris’ Communications Director Ashley Etienne is also leaving the administration in December to pursue “other opportunities.”
Joe Biden’s Communications Chief resigned just one day after Kamala Harris’ Comms Director announced she is leaving the administration.