Bernie Sanders’ Democratic presidential campaign is experiencing a major shakeup, with several top advisers heading for the exits, just one week after the Vermont senator launched his second bid for the White House.
Three of the top advisers who helped propel the senator’s 2016 White House bid — Tad Devine, Julian Mulvey and Mark Longabaugh — are parting ways with Sanders, the campaign confirmed Tuesday.
Sanders’ 2020 campaign manager Faiz Shakir said in a statement to Fox News that “the campaign appreciates all the good work DML has done and wishes them well.” DML is the name of the political consulting firm headed up by Devine, Mulvey and Longabaugh.
“The entire firm has stepped away. We’re leaving the campaign … We just didn’t have a meeting of the minds,” Longabaugh told NBC News, which was first to report the departure of the senior strategists. The advisers cited creative differences.
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