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The mother of the young son of a top Trump adviser speaks up after a bomb report alleged that he “kept quiet about work for a public relations firm and misled the” court to avoid child support payments .

This report, released Thursday by The Guardian, revealed this top Trump adviser Jason Miller (Photo) signed a “secret contract to stay with his employer” “after he resigned” and then appeared to misrepresent [his] Employment relationship. “

According to The Guardian, Miller claims he resigned from PR firm Teneo but signed a contract the same day to pay the same amount as his base salary – half a million dollars a year – and work with the DC-based company Company clandestinely arrested while telling a court he could not afford child support payments because his employment status had changed.

“Miller’s departure from Teneo was a sham,” reports The Guardian. “Previously undisclosed confidential records from Teneo show that the same day Miller signed a formal ‘Separation Agreement and General Release’ from Teneo, Teneo secretly signed a new contract with the company agreeing to advise Miller to get involved hastily formed LLC, with the same base salary of nearly $ 500,000 doing the same job. “

Miller has long been tied to Trump. He was Trump’s main spokesperson during the 2016 presidential campaign and transition and was elected White House communications director, but quickly resigned after his affair with another Trump campaign official, the lawyer AJ Delgado, was revealed.

He was senior adviser to Trump’s 2020 re-election campaign and is said to continue serving in that role for the now-former president. He is also an employee of the far-right Newsmax TV.

Miller and Delgado have a son together for whom he appears to refuse to meet his maintenance obligations. Delgado has publicly and repeatedly accused him of being a “dead” father, as she did earlier today:

He spent more on this appeal than just paying what the judge ordered him to do.

But this is a man who “takes his responsibilities seriously”. He’s a death toll, a sex felon, and an annoying trial attorney.

– AJ Delgado (@ AJDelgado13) March 25, 2021

In a series of tweets on Thursday, Delgado beat up Miller and posted the “receipts” she says prove her allegations:

Hi everyone, in response to Miller telling The Guardian that he takes his responsibilities seriously, he’s lying.

Here is a screenshot of his alimony payments to William over months in which Miller made up to $ 99,000 * per month *. He was sending William … $ 500 a month.

– AJ Delgado (@ AJDelgado13) March 25, 2021

Here she accused Miller of “lying to the court”:

Miller lying to the court (one of many examples) #Teneo secretly hired Miller the day they fired him for the same salary ($ 500,000 / year) in late June 2019.

Here is Miller, three weeks later, on July 15th, lying to the court and saying he’s unemployed

– AJ Delgado (@ AJDelgado13) March 25, 2021


Ask yourself if a man who earns THESE amounts is a “responsible” father when he sends … wait for it … $ 500 a month … (And of course, in those months, the nanny for his daughter has been paid in the thousands …)
He thinks it’s funny

– AJ Delgado (@ AJDelgado13) March 25, 2021

Here he is in September 2019 and his attorney tells the court that Miller “didn’t work.” (In reality, he was making nearly $ 42,000 a month three months on a new agreement with Teneo.)
This is the honest, “responsible” person.

– AJ Delgado (@ AJDelgado13) March 25, 2021

And no, Miller never updated these payments.

– AJ Delgado (@ AJDelgado13) March 25, 2021

Delgado claims most mainstream media ignored this story because Miller got to them and they appreciate the access:

Some honest American journalists have covered it, including @ DailyBeasts (formerly @Salon) @SollenbergerRC and Washington Press @GrantStern, but most have no bc Miller leaks to them

– AJ Delgado (@ AJDelgado13) March 25, 2021

This tweet is pinned to the top of their Twitter page:

– AJ Delgado (@ AJDelgado13) December 1, 2019

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