Although it is common knowledge that President Joe Biden fumbles his speeches, forgets key events, and embellishes history, not much is known about his Vice President Kamala Harris. From the moment Biden supposedly won the 2020 election, Americans thought it would be a Harris/Biden versus the world, but in a surprising move, Harris appeared to disappear into the background.

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While Harris might be a no-show when it comes to the White House and doing the job she was elected to do, a new report revealed that several of her staffers described Harris as a “bully.”

Speaking with the Washington Post, a former aide to the Vice President, Gil Duran admitted that Harris was the reason why longtime aide Symone Sanders and communications director Ashley Etienne decided to exit. “Who are the next talented people you’re going to bring in and burn through and then have [them] pretend they’re retiring for positive reasons?” 

Duran added, “One of the things we’ve said in our little text groups among each other is what is the common denominator through all this and it’s her.”

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One of the staffers spoke candidly about Harris, saying, “It’s clear that you’re not working with somebody who is willing to do the prep and the work. With Kamala, you have to put up with a constant amount of soul-destroying criticism and also her own lack of confidence. So you’re constantly sort of propping up a bully, and it’s not really clear why.”

With the scathing report adding to the already dismal approval rating accumulated by Harris, White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki has apparently started to defend the Vice President along with President Biden. Trying to show that Harris is a key member of the administration and that her job is not in jeopardy, Psaki claimed that burning through aides isn’t that uncommon. 

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“In my experience, and if you look at past precedent, it’s natural for staffers who have thrown their heart and soul into a job to be ready to move on to a new challenge after a few years,” she said. “And that is applicable to many of these individuals.”

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