Who is Jason Miller? 'Deadbeat Dad' trends after ex Donald Trump staffer claims Trump Tapes were edited
Longtime Trump adviser and chief campaign strategist Jason Miller is being called a "Deadbeat Dad" on Twitter after he tried defending President Donald Trump. Why do people suddenly care about him? He claimed that the Trump Tapes, which has Trump asking Georgia's top elections official Brad Raffensperger to "find" votes to win the state, were edited. When the proof of the call was kindly pointed out to him, Miller lost his cool.
CNN anchor Jake Tapper had tweeted, "The full call is here and while I have your attention pay your child support," indirectly calling him a deadbeat father. To which Miller responded, "You’re a fake news p*ssy, Jake. I’d like to see you say that to my face."
You’re a fake news pussy, Jake. I’d like to see you say that to my face. https://t.co/5OaOMqojwp— Jason Miller (@JasonMillerinDC) January 3, 2021
It took no time for many others on Twitter to join in and call a spade a spade. "Jason Miller is a traitorous chinless freak deadbeat dad who blocked me for calling him a traitorous chinless freak deadbeat dad #TrumpCrimeSyndicate" one user tweeted who was apparently blocked by Miller.
#PayChildSupport also started trending alongside #DeadbeatDad as hundreds called Miller out for not seeing his responsibility through. "#DeadbeatDad is trending along with Jason Miller because he appears to be hiding income in order to avoid paying his full share of child support."
Some taunted him calling him the "father of the year". "Finalist: Father of the Year- Jason Miller was being paid $35,000 PER MONTH by the Trump campaign, which was routing it through his former firm -- making it harder for the mother of their son to prove his income in court, and helping him dodge $3k per month child support." In September, it was reported that the Trump campaign was paying out Miller through a shell fund, in a possible bid to reduce his owed child support payments. Miller is married and the father of a child he shares with former Trump campaign staffer A.J. Delgado. She sued him in 2017 for missing child support payments and attorney's fees since 2017. Delgado told HuffPost that “his income is directly relevant not only to child support and child support arrears he owes our son, but even relevant to attorneys' fees."
Finalist: Father of the Year- Jason Miller was being paid $35,000 PER MONTH by the Trump campaign, which was routing it through his former firm -- making it harder for the mother of their son to prove his income in court, and helping him dodge $3k per month child support. HuffPo— Leslie E Kern III (@LeslieEKern1) January 4, 2021