Chuck Ardo gave his first TV interview since announcing his intention to step down as Attorney General Kathleen Kane’s spokesman.
“That’s kinda like claiming a marriage that ends in divorce worked out fine for a short period of time,” Ardo responded. “It’s still a marriage that ends in divorce.”
“She really doesn’t make any effort to communicate with the senior staff,” he continued before criticizing her secretive tendencies. “Anybody who believes that, you know, government ought to operate in silence and secrecy needs to move to North Korea.”
“You can’t do the job when you fundamentally disagree with that position,” Ardo concluded.
It’s unclear who will replace him and become the Attorney General’s eighth spokesperson.