Jason Miller is the man who was appointed the new White House Communications Director by Donald Trump but the 41-year-old had to step down only two days later after being involved in what it looks like a *** scandal.
Miller said in a statement he was walking away from the demanding position to spend time with his family. Miller is in fact a married man and is actually about to become a father soon.
He also said he hadn’t spend much time with his family since March 2015 and that he needed to make them his top priority.
Nothing wrong with wanting to spend time with his wife who is pregnant and is due to have their child next month. However, who’s causing a real stir is Trump senior staffer AJ Delgado who suggested in a series of tweets, Miller is involved in a *** scandal.
Her tweets included:
“Congratulations to the baby-daddy on being named WH Comms Director!”
“The 2016 version of John Edwards.”
You can read more about AJ Delgado on the link below
We have no clue on who is Miller married to, but he and his wife will welcome their second child in January. The couple is expecting a baby girl.
Miller’s wife might have a big decision to make, if the *** scandal allegations are true, she is certainly in a difficult position. Will she forgive her husband’s indiscretion and move on? With a new baby on the way, things could get complicated.
Accoridng to his Jamestown Associates biography, he and his wife currently reside in Northern Virginia and are the proud parents of a 7-year-old daughter.
Jason Miller is a native of Seattle, Washington. Miller served as Senior Vice President for a nationally recognized high-stakes communications firm, where he specialized in counseling Fortune 500 companies and prominent individuals facing crisis and extreme scrutiny.
In the 2008 election cycle, Miller served as National Deputy Communications Director on the presidential campaign of former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani, overseeing the campaign’s rapid response efforts and speaking with the national press corps.
Since joining Jamestown in 2010, Miller’s winning clients have included the comeback campaigns of Kentucky Governor Matt Bevin and South Carolina Congressman Mark Sanford, as well as more than a dozen other successful statewide and Congressional campaigns.
Miller has stayed out of major scandals during his career, until now? Comment below!
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