A former senior Trump aide says that former President Donald Trump would make his third White House bid announcement on Tuesday.

In a podcast conversation with Steve Bannon on Friday, Jason Miller said that Tuesday’s “special announcement” will confirm Trump’s early entry into the race for president.

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“President Trump is going to announce on Tuesday that he’s running for president, and it’s going to be a very professional, very buttoned-up announcement,” Miller said, adding that a practise run of the event was held Friday morning at Trump’s Mar-a-Lago residence and country club.

Miller claimed that he had discussed Trump’s decision to run with him “on the golf course.”

Who is Jason Miller?

Jason Miller, born in 1975, is an American communications strategist, political adviser, and CEO.

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Miller grew up in Seattle where he was born. His mother worked as a bookkeeper and receptionist, and his father was a welder. Miller earned his degree in political science from George Washington University in 1997.

Miller is best known for serving as Donald Trump’s chief spokesman during his 2016 presidential campaign and transition. He served as a senior adviser for Trump’s reelection campaign in 2020.

Miller served as an executive vice president and partner at Jamestown Associates from 2010 to 2016. During the presidential transition, he was originally named the new director of communications for the White House. However, he quickly resigned amid reports of an adulterous relationship with a staff member who joined the 2016 campaign two months before the election.

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He started working for CNN as a contributor in 2017 but quit in 2018 after a third party made an unproven claim concerning a different relationship, which both alleged participants flatly denied in federal court. Miller started working as a contributor for Newsmax in March 2021. In June 2021, Miller resigned from his role as Trump’s spokesperson to take the CEO position at Gettr, a conservative microblogging social network.

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While working on a congressional campaign in California, Miller met his wife, Kelly. They have two daughters and reside in a suburb of Washington, D.C.

Six months following the birth of his second child, he had a child during a two-month extramarital relationship with A. J. Delgado.