Kamala Harris’s ex-spokeswoman slams claims she was source of ‘friction’ as ‘salacious gossip’


Symone Sanders hit back at people who briefed against her during her turbulent time as Vice President Kamala Harris‘s spokeswoman, calling out the stories of dysfunction as ‘salacious gossip’ in an interview published Monday.

Sanders, 32, left the administration during the holidays.

When she announced her departure last year it was taken as further evidence that Harris’s office was in disarray, amid headlines of a toxic work environment and an exodus of key personnel.

Some stories pointed the finger at Sanders herself. Two unidentified sources told The Hill that the spokeswoman was seen as a rival to Harris’s communications director, and that she was the ‘voice in numerous blind quotes about friction in the office.’

Sanders blasted those reports using an expletive during an interview with her hometown newspaper, the Omaha World-Herald

She declined to talk about that story in…

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