(RepublicanPress.org) – Republican Press previously reported on the resignation of several key staff members working for Vice President Kamala Harris. Could the problem be infectious with the recent announcement that a top adviser to President Joe Biden is stepping down?
On Monday, December 13, POLITICO broke the news that Biden’s senior adviser for immigration, Tyler Moran, would leave the White House at the end of January 2022. However, she only started the job in July.
Scoop: Tyler Moran, Biden's senior adviser for migration, is leaving at the end of January.
— Alex Thompson (@AlexThomp) December 13, 2021
The White House downplayed Moran’s departure, telling reporters she only planned to work for the administration for a year. Reportedly, Moran is tired of all the travel that came with her position. Notably, the White House also used the same reason for Amy Pope’s departure as Moran’s predecessor in July.
The Biden administration hasn’t named a possible replacement for Moran yet. But, with the border crisis in full swing, can Team Biden really afford to waste any time finding someone to take over? Many Conservatives feel Harris has demonstrated an inability or unwillingness to address the underlying issue with the administration’s approach to immigration.
With all the recent White House departures, one has to wonder how Biden expects to build public confidence in his administration if he can’t maintain his personnel roster. What do you think?
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