Trump's new digital strategist quickly leaves campaign
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Just days after it hired a digital strategist, Donald TrumpDonald John TrumpAustralia recognizes West Jerusalem as Israeli capital, won't move embassy Mulvaney will stay on as White House budget chief Trump touts ruling against ObamaCare: ‘Mitch and Nancy’ should pass new health-care law MORE’s campaign appears to have parted ways with the operative.

According to Fast Company, Vincent Harris, who had previously worked for Rand PaulRandal (Rand) Howard PaulOvernight Defense: Senate bucks Trump with Yemen war vote, resolution calling crown prince 'responsible' for Khashoggi killing | House briefing on Saudi Arabia fails to move needle | Inhofe casts doubt on Space Force Lame-duck Congress should pass First Step Act Limited Senate access to CIA intelligence is not conspiracy MORE’s presidential campaign and was hired by the Trump team on Tuesday, was fired after he leaked word of his own hire.


Harris denied this in a series of tweets on Thursday highlighted by Politico, saying he had completed the work he was hired to do by the campaign. 

A source inside the Trump campaign also told The Hill late Thursday that Harris had finished a “short term project.”