Jason Miller is an American communications strategist and political advisor, best known as the chief spokesman for the Donald Trump 2016 presidential campaign and transition of Donald Trump. He was a Senior Adviser to the Trump 2020 re-election campaign. Miller was formerly a partner and executive vice-president at Jamestown Associates. He was initially announced as the incoming White House Communications Director during the presidential transition, but withdrew days later due to an affair with campaign staffer A. J. Delgado, which produced a child in July 2017. In March 2021 Miller became a contributor for Newsmax.
Early life and education
Miller was born and raised in Seattle. He earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science from the George Washington University.
Miller lives near Washington, D.C. with his wife and their two daughters. He also fathered a child with A. J. Delgado during a brief extra-marital affair, born six months after his second child.
In 2018, Miller was accused of drugging his mistress with an abortifacient drug, by blending a pill into a fruit smoothie. The ensuing controversy caused him to leave his position as a political commentator on CNN.
In 2019, Miller admitted in court that he had a history of visiting prostitutes and patronizing "Asian-themed" massage parlors.