Harris’ Head Legal Counsel to Resign

By Matis Glenn

Josh Hsu, Vice President Kamala Harris’ top legal counsel, announced his resignation on Wednesday, according to Axios, citing anonymous people familiar with the matter.

Hsu, who has been Harris’ head legal counsel for five years, reportedly said that he is leaving to work as a private attorney by the end of the year, before control of the House of Representatives is turned over to Republicans.

The first Asian-American to hold the position, Hsu has worked with Harris since the Vice President’s senate days, and has advised on judicial nominations, particularly the appointment of Justice Ketanji Brown Jackson to the Supreme Court.

The resignation comes as incoming GOP House leaders announced an investigation into President Biden and his alleged foreign business dealings with his son, Hunter.

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