Max Miller, 32, is the poster child of Trump’s post-impeachment retribution tour. In his mounting efforts to punish Republican apostates in next year’s midterms and to bolster his political sway for a potential run of his own in 2024, Trump has endorsed an array of supportive candidates in House, Senate and state-level races—but there’s nobody on the list like Miller. He’s not merely a loyalist—he’s a loyalist who worked on both Trump campaigns as well as in the White House and used proximity to the president to foster by all accounts an actual affinity and rapport.
And barely more than a year ago, according to three people familiar with the incident, Miller’s romantic relationship with former White House press secretary Stephanie Grisham ended when he pushed her against a wall and slapped her in the face in his Washington apartment after she accused him of cheating on her. Grisham declined to comment. Through his attorney, Miller denied that this happened.
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It’s quite a deep dive into Miller’s long history of violence against women, various run-ins with the law, and his ascent to Trump’s throne boy and US House candidate.
“Miller’s romantic relationship with former White House press secretary Stephanie Grisham ended when he pushed her against a wall and slapped her in the face in his Washington apartment after she accused him of cheating on her.”https://t.co/5mIFfsRi0H
— Kirk A. Bado (@kirk_bado) July 28, 2021
President Trump announces he’s holding a rally on June 26 for Ohio Congressional Candidate Max Miller. pic.twitter.com/fH2Zrld2lV
— Mollie (@MZHemingway) June 17, 2021
The violent allegation was made in a deep dive into Max Miller’s rage-filled and sometimes violent past, which includes multiple arrests in his 20s https://t.co/IBEWWmNjmS
— The Daily Beast (@thedailybeast) July 28, 2021