August 7, 2022

Vice President Kamala Harris staff exodus continues, domestic policy advisor quits

Vice President Kamala Harris is embarrassingly terrible at her job. What’s worse is the people around her know it.

Rohini Kosoglu will leave her post next month as domestic policy advisor to the vice president, The Hill reported. Kosoglu will jump ship after serving Harris since her time in the Senate and through her failed 2020 presidential campaign.

“She has brought vision, strategic judgment, and a depth of experience as our Administration has addressed some of the most urgent challenges facing our nation,” Harris said of Kosoglu. “She is an exceptional public servant, and I am enormously grateful for her service.”

“Rohini will remain a valued advisor and friend,” Harris added. Kosoglu, who is the mother of three young children, said she was leaving to spend more time with her family.

“She’s been going full speed since [Harris] got to the Senate,” a source close to the matter told The Hill. “Can’t do that forever.” However, some see this as yet another sign of the toxicity in Harris’s office.

Kosoglu was one of the advisors who has been with Harris the longest, but she’s certainly not the only high-ranking aide to leave. Harris has said goodbye to a communications director, press secretary, and chief of staff in the last six months lending credence to rumors about how difficult Harris is to work for.

In fact, the spate of resignations plagued the administration beginning just months after Harris was sworn in and has only continued. On Friday, yet another departure came as Meghan Groob announced she was leaving after only serving as director of speechwriting for Harris for four months, Politico reported.

The position of vice president is largely seen as ornamental and typically a low-profile position meant to allow the president to shine. However, Harris has been so profoundly awful at her job that it’s impossible to ignore.

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