Jason Miller, the chief strategist for outgoing President Donald Trump’s 2020 campaign, told a Florida family court judge in a sworn affidavit filed last Friday that he expects to be unemployed beginning Dec. 15 — which is next Tuesday, the day after the Electoral College meets to ratify Joe Biden’s election as president.
As a result, Miller said, he projects that his net monthly income, which was $99,000 for July, will drop to zero.
The affidavit, filed in a child custody case and obtained by Salon, says in a footnote: “Father’s current employment is expected to last until December 15, 2020, and he will earn $17,500 for the first half of December 2020. Thereafter, the Father will be unemployed with no source of income.”
LOL, this morning the Appellate Court just DENIED Jason Miller’s “Motion for Stay” (after insulting the judge by filing a writ w the appellate court to demand that the appellate court remove our judge, he also wanted the lower court matter frozen until that was decided.).
— A.J. Delgado (@AJDelgado13) December 8, 2020
SCOOP: Top Trump campaign strategist Jason Miller told a Florida judge in a court filing that he’ll be unemployed starting Dec. 15. Problem: He and the campaign have hidden the source of his $420,000 annual salary. Experts say that’s illegal. Me @Salon https://t.co/vAVyEQEZ3L
— Roger Sollenberger (@SollenbergerRC) December 8, 2020