Trump spokesman Jason Miller leaving his position to helm tech start-up that Trump is ‘considering’
- Miller served as Trump’s spokesman during post-presidency and advised his reelection campaign
- He also advised Trump in 2016
- Expected to maintain role as a Trump advisor
- He is leaving to join a tech start-up company
- Company said to own social media platform under ‘consideration’ by Trump
- Trump scuttled his ‘From the Desk of’ web site
- He was banned from Twitter and Facebook after Jan. 6th Capitol riot
- Miller has used his own social media presence to blast out Trump statements
Jason Miller, who served as former President Donald Trump‘s spokesman since he left the White House, is leaving his post to join an unidentified tech start-up firm.
Miller will become the CEO of the company – which Trump is reportedly considering for his own use. The former president has been hunting for a new media platform amid ongoing bans by Twitter and Facebook.
Miller will continue to operate within Trump’s circle, a source told Politico.
Miller has fielded queries on Trump’s behalf since Trump skipped Joe Biden‘s inauguration and decamped first to Mar-a-Lago then to his private club in Bedminster, New Jersey.
He also served as a senior advisor to Trump’s unsuccessful 2020 reelection campaign. Since January, he has helped develop statements Trump fired off from his ‘Save America’ PAC that frequently skewered President Joe Biden, in a break with tradition for recent ex-presidents.
Former President Donald Trump spokesman Jason Miller is set to take a position helming a tech start-up company, it was reported Thurdsay
Miller has also kept up his own active role on Twitter, even with his boss prevented from using the platform.
On Thursday he tweeted out criticism over media coverage of first lady Jill Biden compared to Melania Trump, and blasted infectious disease expert Dr. Anthony Fauci – while using the platform to push out printed statements from Trump blasting the joint chiefs of staff and Joe Biden’s handling of the ‘China virus.’
Former President Trump has been eyeing a new social media platform. Last week he took down his ‘From the Desk of Donald J. Trump’ web site
Last week, Trump scuttled his web site, ‘From the Desk of Donald J. Trump,’ which had served as the vehicle for his statements, just a month after launching it, in a move that Miller hinted presaged additional moves. Trump has long eyed his own media platform or acquiring one.
On June 2, he retweeted a post that it could be a precursor for Trump joining another media platform. ‘Yes, actually, it is. Stay tuned!’ he wrote.