Just days after it hired a digital strategist, Donald TrumpDonald TrumpBaldwin calls Trump criticism following 'Rust' shooting 'surreal' Haley hits the stump in South Carolina Mary Trump files to dismiss Trump's lawsuit over NYT tax story 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 PaulGOP anger with Fauci rises Congress's goal in December: Avoid shutdown and default Cotton swipes at Fauci: 'These bureaucrats think that they are the science' 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.
There has been a lot of confusion about Harris Media’s role – and mine personally – with Trump campaign. I want to set record straight— Vincent Harris (@VincentHarris) June 30, 2016
Harris Media was engaged as subcontractor to do various project work for Trump’s digital agency of record. Nothing more or less.— Vincent Harris (@VincentHarris) June 30, 2016
While out of pocket & on vacation w my wife, someone leaked our involvement w/ Trump. The leak did not come from me or us.— Vincent Harris (@VincentHarris) June 30, 2016
We were not fired. We completed our various creative projects…I wish all involved good things! have reflected & learned from this commotion— Vincent Harris (@VincentHarris) June 30, 2016
A source inside the Trump campaign also told The Hill late Thursday that Harris had finished a “short term project.”