Sen. Kamala Harris, whose campaign sacked employees in a dramatic restructuring last month, is now just 3 percent, tying her with Michael Bloomberg for fifth place among Democratic presidential candidates – according to a poll released Friday, though Bloomberg had no asylum did not officially announce his nomination in 2020.
And now Harris may face another problem: A second report on Friday describes the internal struggle at Harris's headquarters in Baltimore, with several aides calling for the campaign manager's resignation and Juan Rodriguez after his decision in late October to fire staff in several states, and I dedicate Harris' already enchanted combat campaign to a seven-figure television advertising campaign before Iowa's February Columbus.
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Harris and Bloomberg closed in a Reuters / Ipsos poll on November 12-14. Although a candidate has yet to be declared, Bloomberg, a former New York mayor and billionaire business and media tycoon, launched a massive $ 100 million digital ad campaign targeted at President Trump.
In the poll, both Harris and Bloomberg lag behind Mayor Pete Butigigig of South Bend, Indiana, who polled 6%, and St. Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass., Who polled 13 percent. Former Vice President Joe Biden and Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders led the Democratic field with 19 percent overall support.
Rodriguez said in a memorandum of October 30 campaign received by Fox News that several dozen people would be fired at Baltimore headquarters – as well as volunteers in New Hampshire, Nevada and California – in an attempt to continue "all-in." He also said the campaign aims to spend $ 1 million on a media campaign in the weeks leading up to the Feb. 3 budget, a figure now considered unlikely because of Harris' lack of funding.
Three additional employees were fired and another left recently in Harris headquarters in Baltimore, unnamed aides reported on Politico on Friday, saying several aides had approached campaign chairman Maya Harris, the candidate's sister, to force Rodriguez to resign, claiming his failed leadership was responsible
An employee stated that the current structure of Harris's campaign was "No discipline. No plan. There is no strategy. "
" This is an identity campaign, "the employee continued. "What feels right, what impulse you have right now, what emotion, what feeling of frustration."
But others defended Rodriguez, saying he was loyal to Harris even before she announced her candidacy in January. They pointed to Maya Harris, who shared her leadership responsibility with Rodriguez.
"From the very beginning of this race, he assumed all responsibility for none of the authorities. He manages this race with at least one, if not two hands tied behind his back, "a senior campaign official told Rodriguez's Politico. "He would never undermine her. He's just not that person. ”
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The Politico report cites 12 people – who were current or former campaign employees or donors – who spoke on condition of anonymity.  Meanwhile, Harris is crossing the country to try to save support. Her campaign is struggling to regain traction after an initial standout in the run-up to the first Democratic debate in June, when she challenged Biden, a champion, for comments he made on U.S. senators and school bus senators. Harris struggled in the second debate after Biden and respectively. Tulsi Gabbard, D-Hawaii, challenged his record as Attorney General of California. It struggles to shine in the ensuing debate.
Paul Steinhauser and Kelly Fares contributed to this report.