The exit door had not even shut from the last exit when another staffer pushed his way through.
Michael Collins, the director of public engagement and intergovernmental affairs, is gone.
Collins turned in his resignation after working for Harris for 16 months.
Another One Bites the Dust
It has only been two weeks since two high-profile staffers left Harris’ office.
Collins, in announcing his departure, stated, “It has been a difficult decision, but I’ve decided to leave this amazing experience in the middle of August and transition to the next stage of my life.
“I’m so grateful to the Vice President for trusting me with this privilege and was honored to support the President’s and Vice President’s tireless, committed and historic work.”
The only good news the White House has gotten on this front is that White House Communication’s Director Kate Bedingfield has decided to rescind her resignation and stay on.
I would imagine Joe Biden was on his knees begging her to stay to keep some structure in a department that is reeling right now.
Something tells me the recent turnover is nothing compared to what we will see once the mid-terms are over.
Rumors are already circulating that massive changes are in store for both Harris and Biden.