CNN hires Jason Miller: #MakeAffairsGreatAgain on basic cable TV

 CNN hires Jason Miller: #MakeAffairsGreatAgain on basic cable TV


Following the successful hiring of sycophants like Jeff Lord and Corey Lewandowski, the former Sean Spicer of the White house, Jason Miller will now be on CNN’s air. This accompanies a promoted CNN feature this week on FLOTUS.

Stelter suggested that the motivations of sources may rather be to “inform people” and that perhaps these unnamed individuals were “whistleblowers.” He then asked Miller if the Trump team shares the view that such disclosures are “attacks.”

“Well, they are,” Miller replied.

Miller said Trump is “constantly being faced with these attacks from these nameless, faceless, anonymous sources, and expected to respond and defend himself.” And the media, he said, has a responsibility to draw “the line on these leaks and attacks that are coming at the president.”

 CNN hires Jason Miller: #MakeAffairsGreatAgain on basic cable TV

(December 2016)

The Washington Post announced that Jason Miller has resigned his newly named position as the Trump campaign’s Communications Director to spend more time with his family. Well, that right there makes your ears perk up because nobody ever resigns where that’s the real reason.

 CNN hires Jason Miller: #MakeAffairsGreatAgain on basic cable TV

DelgadoCome to find out, another member of the Trump transition team, a woman named A. J. Delgado, had jumped on Twitter and announced to the whole world that Miller was having an affair. Apparently the Trump campaign uses Twitter for it’s inner-office communication.

Delgado said that Miller was the “The 2016 version of John Edwards.” She also added that he needed to resign and that it was “spooky” that he hadn’t already done so.

No, here’s spooky: Trolling a man on Christmas Eve and then deactivating your Twitter account. That’s spooky.

Former Miss Hungary Kata Sarka first made the claim in May 2016 during an episode of Kasza Taxi, a Hungarian interview show that resembles an Eastern European version of the popular “Carpool Karaoke” segment on the US’s Late Late Show With James Corden.

In between songs, Sarka offered up that during the 2013 Miss Universe pageant, held in Moscow, a man surrounded by bodyguards approached her.

“He grabbed my hand like this,” she told host Kasza Tibor. “He was standing in the middle of a group of bodyguards, he grabbed my hand, he pulled me towards himself, and he asked, ‘Who are you?’ He asked in English. Then, I was so surprised, I’ll tell you who it was in a moment, I was so surprised that I couldn’t say anything except ‘Hungary.’”

“’Hungary,’” Tibor repeated, laughing. “You’re so lame!”

“He gave me his business card with his private number, and he told me in which hotel, which room he was staying in, and that his name is Donald Trump,” Sarka continued.

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