*The word “despicable” will be purposely grammatically overused, as this is a “#DespicabilityLevelInfinity” piece.
The Despicability of the left wing mob seems to know no ends. Downright despicable and abhorrent accusations are nothing new for child custody battles. In fact, false accusations of child molestation, physical abuse and other heinous fraudulent allegations of criminal wrong doing are extremely common in child custody disputes. If an overtly despicable sociopath happens to be mad at their ex-spouse, and they want custody of that kid, they will stop at nothing to assure their victory in the courtroom. In this case if that meant falsely accusing him of slipping her an abortion pill at some point during their marriage, she seemed to have no qualms with doing something as despicable as exactly that.
On top of all that despicable horseshit, this guy now also has to worry about his ex employer, CNN, taking shots at him about this very issue in the press! All because he decided to leave their stupid fake news peddling swamp of skeksis-like creatures and dared to join their #1 enemy, the Trump administration? By the way, did you see that CNN put up a fucking wall around their Atlanta headquarters!!?? Haaaa. The hypocrisy…. my god. I need to do a separate post on that.
#DespicabilityLevelInfinity big time. These people are gross. There’s a good chance that CNN concocted this whole abortion pill narrative and fed it to his ex wife to use in the custody hearing. They all win. She gets the kid, they get to slander an-employee and the Trump administration all at the same time.
Trump campaign hires ex-aide Jason Miller despite past scandals
In 2016, Miller backed out of an administration job after admitting he impregnated a fellow campaign official who later gave birth to his child.
Jason Miller, served as a senior adviser to then-candidate Donald Trump 2016 bid. | Carolyn Kaster/AP Photo
By ALEX ISENSTADT | 06/05/2020 03:13 PM EDT
President Donald Trump’s reelection team is tapping Jason Miller to serve as a senior adviser, bringing a controversial figure back into the fold as the campaign barrels towards a treacherous final stretch.
Miller, who served as a top adviser on Trump’s 2016 bid, will focus on overall strategy and help to coordinate between the campaign and White House. Two people familiar with the hire said Miller would provide additional support to campaign manager Brad Parscale. While Miller served as chief spokesman four years ago, he will not be running communications, a role filled by Tim Murtaugh.
After the 2016 election, Miller was named White House communications director. But weeks before Trump’s inauguration he backed out after reports emerged that he had an extramarital affair and impregnated another campaign official, A.J. Delgado. In the ensuing months they were engaged in a legal battle that came to focus on attorneys fees and child support. Miller later stepped down from his position as a commentator on CNN and has an ongoing lawsuit against an online media outlet over what he has called a defamatory report about his personal life.
Yet Miller has remained close with Trump, who has kept up with loyalists he credits with helping to guide his 2016 campaign. Bill Stepien, a top adviser on Trump’s first presidential bid, was recently elevated to deputy campaign manager. Kellyanne Conway, who was Trump’s campaign manager, has been White House counselor his entire first term. Corey Lewandowski and David Bossie, two other top officials, recently met with Trump to express concern about his reelection prospects. Justin Clark, another longtime adviser, is helping to spearhead the GOP legal fight over voting rules.
For all his personal problems, Miller is well regarded as a political operative. His decision to forego the White House job was regarded as a serious blow within the administration. The White House’s press operation was deeply chaotic during its opening days and beset by leaks and departures.
“Every day I strive to become a better husband, a better father and a better person, and I am humbled by the opportunity for a second chance to serve President Trump,” Miller said in a statement.
The hire comes as an array of public polling has shown Trump lagging behind Joe Biden in key battlegrounds. Republicans have also grown concerned about his standing in traditionally red states like Arizona and Georgia. Miller’s entry into the campaign comes weeks after Stepien was named Parscale’s No. 2.
But those familiar with the hire say it was always the plan to expand the upper ranks of the campaign as the election drew closer.
Miller has a long history in conservative politics and has advised many insurgent candidates who took on entrenched incumbents, including former Kentucky Gov. Matt Bevin and former Kansas Senate candidate Milton Wolf. Before joining Trump’s 2016 campaign, he was a top adviser on Texas Sen. Ted Cruz’s primary effort.
Miller was formerly a partner at the prominent Republican consulting firm Jamestown Associates. The firm produced commercials for Trump in 2016 and is also playing a role in his reelection campaign.
His relationship with the president dates back nearly a decade. While Trump was mulling a 2012 bid, he was in discussions with Miller about running his campaign. Miller also worked as a senior staffer on the 2008 presidential campaign of Trump personal attorney and former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani.
He has remained an outspoken Trump loyalist and been a co-host on a podcast with former White House chief strategist Steve Bannon. In June 2019, Miller left his job at a corporate advisory firm after he called New York Rep. Jerrold Nadler “fat and nasty” on Twitter. Miller was criticizing Nadler for his treatment of Trump adviser Hope Hicks during her appearance before the House Judiciary Committee.
UPDATE: This story has been updated to describe the most recent issues in the legal battle between Miller and Delgado.
Jason Miller, Former Trump Aide, Leaves CNN After Ex Claims He Gave Woman ‘Abortion Pill’
By Carla Herreria Russo | 09/23/2018 01:17 AM ET
Jason Miller, a former senior adviser to Donald Trump’s presidential campaign, is leaving his post as a political commentator for CNN after reports surfaced that a woman is claiming he dosed her with an abortion pill without her consent.
The woman’s accusation was included in a new court filing linked to a child custody battle between Miller and his former lover A.J. Delgado, who also worked on Trump’s campaign, according to a Splinter News report published Friday.
Miller, who denied the accusation, announced his departure from CNN in a statement he shared on Twitter.
“I have decided to step away from my role … to focus on clearing my name and fighting the false accusations being made against me,” he said.
“To be clear, none of this is in any way true,” Miller added, referring to the forced-abortion accusation.
Miller and Delgado first entered into a relationship while they both worked for the Trump campaign, and while Miller was married. After the November presidential election in 2016, Delgado told Miller she was pregnant, according to a profile The Atlantic published last year.
In the court documents obtained by Splinter, Delgado claims that Miller had another, earlier extramarital affair with a woman he met at a strip club.
Delgado said the woman, who is identified as “Jane Doe” in the court document, became pregnant during that affair.
The document alleges that Miller gave the woman a smoothie that contained an abortion pill and the woman began to bleed heavily. She ended up in an emergency room and, “The unborn child died,” the court document read.
Splinter confirmed with Delgado that the court document was in fact linked to her custody battle.
Hours before announcing his departure from CNN, Miller shared a series of tweets defending himself against Splinter’s report and Delgado’s claims about the alleged abortion.
Miller claimed that Splinter “failed to do anything to corroborate the accuracy of Ms. Delgado’s defamatory accusations, which have already been disproven by at least one reporter.”
“I will clear my name in court and seek to hold Ms. Delgado, Splinter and anyone else involved in spreading these lies legally accountable,” he wrote.
UPDATE: Oct. 19 ―Jason Miller on Monday filed a lawsuit against Gizmodo Media Group, which owns news site Splinter, to recover $100 million in damages over the story it published about the abortion pill allegation.
The lawsuit includes a signed declaration by the woman Miller’s attorneys say is identified as Jane Doe in previous court filings for his custody battle with A.J. Delgado.
In court documents Miller’s representatives provided to HuffPost, Jane Doe denies knowing Miller and says she has never lost a pregnancy due to a drink given to her by Miller.
The lawsuit also names Splinter managing editor Katherine Krueger, who wrote the article, as a defendant. On Thursday, Miller’s lawyers added “Chapo Trap House” podcast host Will Menaker, Krueger’s girlfriend, to the lawsuit, citing a tweetallegedly posted from his account that read: “Rat-faced baby-killer and Trump PR homunculus, Jason Miller, is suing my girlfriend for $100 million, cool!”Calling all HuffPost superfans!Sign up for membership to become a founding member and help shape HuffPost’s next chapterJoin HuffPost