Bernie Sanders’ campaign sees major shakeup, just a week after the Start

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Bernie Sanders’ Democratic presidential campaign with a major shakeup with several top advisors heading for the exits, only a week after the Vermont senator launched his second bid for the White house.

Three of the top consultants, the beneficiary of the senator’s 2016 White house bid — Tad Devine, Julian Mulvey, Mark Longabaugh confirmed — separate ways with Sanders of the campaign Tuesday.


Sanders 2020 campaign manager Faiz Shakir said in a statement to Fox News that “the campaign up the good work estimates has done DML, and wish you all the best.” DML is the name of the political consulting firm is under the direction of Devine, Mulvey, and Longabaugh.

“The whole company has stepped up. We leave the campaign … We just don’t have a meeting of the minds,” Longabaugh told NBC News, was a strategist of the first report of the departure of the senior.

Devine, a veteran political strategist who was a top adviser to the election campaigns, which was then-Vice President Al Gore in 2000, and then-Senator John Kerry in 2004, as Sanders’ chief-strategist and a leading surrogate in 2016. Longabaugh contributed to the campaign, the plan for winning delegates and negotiations with the democratic National Committee. Mulvey played a major role in the creation of the campaign ” television and digital ads.

Sanders, once a longshot for the 2016 democratic nomination, crushed Hillary Clinton by 22 percentage points in the New Hampshire primaries, start it in a marathon battle with the future candidates, which is not closed at the end until after the primary and caucus calendar.



But this time, Sanders is running in a crowded field with several other liberal Democrats, like Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren and California Sen. Kamala Harris, expected to join the race.

On Monday, Sanders ” campaign tries to show the enthusiasm for his campaign by reporting that 1 million people already signed up to the volunteer. As of Monday, six days after his start of the campaign, which had raised, senator, is an eye-popping $10 million from over 359,914 donor. These figures put him far ahead of his rivals for the nomination in the race for campaign cash.

But Sanders has also drawn fire from former aides to Clinton, a visit to the leaked details about Sanders’ use of private jets in the 2016 election events in your name. The Sanders ‘provoked’ to say the 2016 campaign spokesman, Michael Briggs, Politically, Clinton’s staff is the “biggest a-holes in American politics, and added that Clinton is “one of the most unpopular politicians in America.”

Meanwhile, during a CNN town hall promised on Monday night, Sanders to release his taxes soon, however, disclosure played down, by saying: “you are very boring tax returns.”

Sanders faced some criticism for not he his taxes during his marathon 2016 primary battle with Hillary Clinton. He said Monday he would have had done, he beat Clinton.

“If we had won the nomination, we would have done it,” said Sanders.

Fox News’ Alex Pappas contributed to this report.

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