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Mace Senior Staff Resigns

RINO Rep. Nancy Mace (R-SC) just got some really bad news: three of her senior staff members are fed up and leaving.

Following her Chief of Staff Dan Hanlon’s firing, three other senior members have decided they are going to resign.

From the Washington Examiner:

Her three senior staffers include her former chief of staff Dan Hanlon, who was fired on Friday, her deputy chief of staff, Richard Chalkey, who resigned, and her legislative director, Randal Meyer, who resigned effective the end of the month.

All three staffers are four-year alumni of the Trump administration, with Hanlon being a day one Mace staffer.

The source claimed that working in Mace’s office is a “toxic work environment,” and there could be complete staff turnover by January.

One source with direct knowledge of the matter said Hanlon took the office popcorn machine on his way out.

According to a source, Mace has also lost three junior staffers in recent months to resignations, making that six staffers in total she has lost since October.

The South Carolina congresswoman has taken criticism from her colleagues throughout this Congress, but the criticism has increased since she voted to oust Rep. Kevin McCarthy (R-CA) as speaker.

In 2021, her communications director, Natalie Johnson, stepped down for similar reasons after the Congresswoman got into a back-and-forth with another lawmaker.

Not long after Johnson left, her chief of staff stepped down amid a tiff between Mace and MTG.

Between July 1, 2021, and August 15, 2021, Mace lost four of eight staffers.

Typically, if you work in a toxic work environment, my advice would be to stick with it. If you can work for them, you can work for anyone but Mace seems to be taking things to the next level.

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