emocratic presidential candidate Elizabeth Warren's Chief Financial Officer leaves the campaign after a clash over the Senator's decision not to take money from wealthy donors under the primaries.
Michael Pratt slowly pulls out his role after Warren has made the decision he allegedly advises.
An aid to the Warren campaign told CNN on Sunday that Pratt is "still a consultant, but throwing things down and moving since we decided not to (Warren) high dollar events."
In February, Warren announced that she would not host or participate in exclusive fundraisers for her campaign, hoping to highlight her political views and travel more to seek out money from smaller individual donors.
With the first quarterly deadline for raising money, the large and growing number of democratic candidates are hard to make donations. Fundraising is the key to a democratic candidate who makes it into the debate phase. The Democratic National Committee said that candidates with 65,000 unique donors can debate, clear the way for lesser-known numbers to get a platform.
Warren is currently fifth in the democratic primary candidates with 5.7 percent support under a realClearPolitics average of votes.