The office turmoil surrounding Vice President Kamala Harris continued this week with the resignation of another top official.
Reports said that Harris’ deputy chief of staff, Michael Fuchs, has announced that he will be leaving next month, the Washington Examiner reported.
The outlet noted that “Fuchs — a senior State Department official under former President Barack Obama, foreign policy adviser to former President Bill Clinton, and senior fellow at the Center for American Progress before joining the Biden administration last year — advised Harris on a range of domestic and international issues since taking office.”
n an internal staff memo, Fuchs wrote that he plans to leave by early May, according to Reuters, which was sent a copy of the communique. He offered praise for the Biden administration generally and added that he’ll reveal his future plans at a later date. Harris’ office did not respond to a request for comment from the Examiner.