Former Kamala Harris Staffers Describe Working For Her As ‘Toxic Culture’

The hits just keep coming for Kamala Harris.

Last week, people inside the White House leaked details about working for the VP and they were anything but positive.

Now former staffers are speaking out and what they’re saying is even worse.

From the Insider:

Ex-Kamala Harris staffers have bad memories of a toxic culture in her past offices and are texting each other about it

The news spread fast around the alumni network of Vice President Kamala Harris’ ex-staffers in California and Washington after a string of unflattering stories were published late last month about management problems in her White House office.

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“Well, this didn’t take long,” read a text received by a former Harris staffer after Politico published a story about dysfunction in the vice president’s office.

“WOW,” the former staffer responded. “That is quite a story. Thank you for flagging.”

One former Harris aide said the story was quickly shared among ex-staffers, and responses included “lots of eyeball emojis.”

The Politico story, published in June, detailed a VP’s office “rife with dissent,” and it was treated as a bombshell in DC political circles and on social media, but it didn’t surprise staffers who worked for Harris before she became vice president of the United States. Some of them have been predicting it was a matter of time until stories of staff dysfunction started spilling out…

The Politico story “went around like wildfire,” a former Harris staffer said. “So many people recognized themselves in it, or recognized treatment they had seen or treatment they had heard about and dismissed.”

This is going to be an ongoing problem for Democrats.

What are Democrats going to do with Kamala if and when Joe can no longer function?

 

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