The previous chief of workers for Rep. Nancy Mace (R-SC) is launching a major problem towards his ex-boss only a month after leaving her workplace.
Dan Hanlon filed his assertion of candidacy with the Federal Election Fee Friday and can now problem Mace for her seat in Congress representing South Carolina’s First Congressional District.
Hanlon and Mace had a falling out final October, after the South Carolina lawmaker voted with seven different Republicans and all Democrats to oust former Home Speaker Kevin McCarthy (R-Calif.).
After the vote, McCarthy referenced Hanlon throughout a press convention the place he referred to as out Mace over her claims that he wasn’t preserving his phrase.
“So, I name [Mace’s] chief of workers [Hanlon] … I mentioned, ‘Are you able to please inform me, I don’t perceive? The place have I not saved my phrase?’” McCarthy advised reporters the day he was faraway from the speakership. “Chief of workers mentioned, ‘You’ve saved your phrase 100%.’
“Her chief of workers advised all of us we now have saved each single one in all our phrases. And he mentioned he’s advised her that, too,” the previous speaker added.
McCarthy famous in the course of the press convention that he would give Hanlon a job if Mace fired him.
Mace reportedly began to “ice [Hanlon] out” and have become “mistrusting” of him after listening to what McCarthy advised the press, based on the Each day Mail.
Hanlon is reportedly amongst six former Mace staffers who’ve just lately stop, and a number of ex Mace staffers are advising Hanlon on his new marketing campaign, based on the outlet.
The work surroundings in Mace’s workplace has been described as “poisonous,” based on the Washington Examiner, and one by which the congresswomen regularly subjected her subordinates to inappropriate commentary about her intercourse life.
Hanlon labored for 4 years within the Trump administration’s Workplace of Administration and Funds earlier than becoming a member of Mace’s workers in 2021.
Mace’s workplace didn’t reply to The Submit’s request for remark.