Published: Tue, October 08, 2019
Medical | By Mark Scott

Elizabeth Warren campaign fires senior staffer after reports of 'inappropriate behavior'

Elizabeth Warren campaign fires senior staffer after reports of 'inappropriate behavior'

A senior staff member on Senator Elizabeth Warren's presidential campaign has been fired after complaints of "inappropriate behavior", a Warren spokeswoman said.

"When I first set up this campaign, we put in place a procedure to deal with problems and in this case we followed that procedure, we resolved the issue in a very short period of time and I stand by the process that we put in place", she said. Kamala Harris ($11.6 million).

The Republican National Committee said that it and Donald Trump's re-election campaign raised a stunning combined total of $125 million in the third quarter, a presidential fundraising record.

During a phone call with Xi on June 18, Trump raised Biden's political prospects as well as those of Sen. Her campaign has $25.7 million cash on hand. In the same written statement, McDaniel said he had "tremendous respect" for his former colleagues on the campaign "despite any disagreements", and that he wished the campaign well.

He noted that Bank of America, Pepco Energy, Comcast and Facebook donated more than $1 million to the 2016 convention, when he lost out on the nomination to Hillary Clinton.

McDaniel said in a declaration that he would never deliberately engage in habits "inconsistent" with his own worths or those of Warren's project.

The weekly poll of more than 1,500 US college students showed Warren picking up three percentage points since last week as Sanders held steady for the third week at 30 percent. It wasn't clear how much of that came from individual donations.

Earlier this year, Warren went a step farther than her rivals who have mostly refused to take money from corporate lobbyists, and swore off conducting high-dollar fundraisers.

Biden, whose campaign has struggled to retain pole position over the past month, announced Thursday that he had raised $15.2 million for the quarter, behind Sanders, Warren and South Bend, Indiana's centrist Mayor Pete Buttigieg, who raised over $19 million. In both instances, Warren didn't merely tweak details in order to tell a more compelling story; rather, she invented elements that became pivotal to telling the story itself. The average donation size for the third quarter was $26.

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