Jason Miller, who announced last week that he’d be serving as the
White House communications director, said Sunday he will not be taking
the job after all.
Miller, who has headed communications for Trump’s transition team,
released a statement citing family obligations and noting that he and
his wife are expecting their second daughter next month.
But there were suggestions that he had less wholesome reasons for backing out.
After he’d been appointed, a senior Trump campaign adviser, A.J.
Delgado, had posted a tweet reading, “Congratulations to the baby-daddy
being named WH Comms Director!’’ before deleting her account, according to Mediaite.