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    NBA : By Johnny Askounis / info@eurohoops.net The Lakers’ victory over the Warriors had a special flavor for LeBron James, who became the 24th player in all of NBA history to play 1,300 league games. ‘The king’ played 849 games in his two stages with the Cavaliers, 294 with the Miami Heat and 157 so far with the Lakers, in addition to having also played 260 playoff games in his entire career. Complete list with the players with the most regular phase matches 1. Robert Parish 1,6112. Kareem Abdul-Jabbar 1,5603. Vince Carter 1,5414. Dirk Nowitzki 1,5225. John Stockton 1,5046. Karl Malone 1,4767. Kevin Garnett 1,4628. Moses Malone 1,4559. Kevin Willis 1,42410. Jason Terry 1,41011. Tim Duncan 1,39212. Jason Kidd 1,39113. Reggie Miller 1,38914. Clifford Robinson 1,38015. Kobe Bryant 1,34616. Paul Pierce 1,34317. Gary Payton 1,33518. Artist Gilmore 1,32919. Jamal Crawford 1,32720. Buck Williams 1,30721....
    Former President Donald Trump is going to address the Republican Party’s path forward when he hits the stage on Sunday, former camapign adviser Jason Miller said Thursday. “We’re in a very unique dynamic now where it’s a former president who many folks are talking about could there be a potential return,” Miller said in an interview Thursday on SiriusXM with Mediaite founder Dan Abrams. “Could he run again in the future? We haven’t had a former president have this much excitement surrounding a first post-presidential speech in, probably, over a century. So I think you’re going to see the president come out … [and] take some strong issue with the direction that Joe Biden has been leading over this past month or so.” Trump is scheduled to speak on Sunday at the Conservative Political Action Committee’s (CPAC) annual conference, which is being held this year in Orlando, FL. It will be his first public...
    Photo by Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images. Trump campaign senior advisor Jason Miller has confirmed reports that Donald Trump’s personal attorney, Rudy Giuliani, is no longer representing the former president. CNN’s Jim Acosta reported on a statement he received from Miller on Tuesday, which said the former New York City mayor is “not currently representing President Trump in any legal matters.” Miller wound up confirming the essentials as he tweeted that the reason for this is “simply that there are no pending cases where Mayor Giuliani is representing the President. The Mayor remains an ally and a friend.” Simply that there are no pending cases where Mayor Giuliani is representing the President. The Mayor remains an ally and a friend. https://t.co/oV58sap9yO — Jason Miller (@JasonMillerinDC) February 16, 2021 The news comes as Giuliani faces a $1.3 billion lawsuit for the false claims he pushed about Dominion Voting Systems during his failed...
    Former President Donald Trump is "in a great mood" as House Democrats present their opening arguments in the Senate impeachment trial, the former president's senior adviser Jason Miller told ""America Reports" Wednesday. "Hey Jason, real quick, just before we let you go here, you said you just talked to the president. What is his state of mind right now?" co-host John Roberts asked Miller. "The president was in a great mood," Miller responded. "I mean, first of all, he’s in [West Palm Beach, Fla.] which is a little nicer and warmer than it is in Washington or up in New York and, so, I am a little bit jealous of that. But, otherwise, it was a quick conversation because I had to join Fox News." Meanwhile, former White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows accused House impeachment managers of "conveniently" leaving out a line from Trump’s speech before the riot...
    The president’s legal counsel outlined a rock-solid defense of President Donald J. Trump on Tuesday against the House Democrat’s partisan impeachment. Attorneys David Schoen and Bruce Castor Jr., two highly respected legal minds, assert that because the 45th president is now a private citizen, impeachment proceedings are rendered null and void. Additionally, the lawyers show a lack of causation between the law-breaking rioters who stormed the U.S. Capitol Building on January 6th, and the speech made by President Trump before a peaceful crowd in front of the White House that same day. "The constitutional provision requires that a person actually hold office to be impeached," Schoen and Castor assert. "Since the 45th President is no longer ‘president,’ the clause, ‘shall be removed from Office on Impeachment for…’ is impossible for the Senate to accomplish’ and thus the current proceeding before the Senate is void." WHAT IS TRUMP BEING ACCUSED OF...
    "The Story" host Martha MacCallum tangled with Trump 2020 campaign senior adviser Jason Miller Wednesday over President Trump's delayed condemnation of last week's violence on Capitol Hill. MacCallum pointed to a video released earlier Wednesday in which Trump "unequivocally" condemned the violence that took place Jan. 6, stating that "mob violence goes against everything I believe in and everything our movement stands for." The Fox News host questioned why Trump hadn't more forcefully called out violent groups, specifically QAnon and The Proud Boys at his rally prior to the riot, telling Miller that "those people ... stained the last moments of the presidency." Miller argued that those responsible for the chaos had planned to commit acts of violence prior to the president's speech, and claimed that condemnation from the president likely would not have "made a difference" in what transpired at the Capitol. He told MacCallum that the "horrific event" should be considered as the start of a...
    Fox News’ Martha MacCallum confronted Trump adviser Jason Miller Wednesday night over why President Donald Trump wasn’t more unequivocal in denouncing violence last week, when it could have mattered more. The president put out a statement Wednesday night, after he was impeached a second time, saying he doesn’t want his supporters to engage in violence. MacCallum told Miller that after watching the video, “I couldn’t help thinking: why didn’t he say this at the rally, and why hasn’t he more forcefully called out… he was asked a question about on the way up to the campaign and he said ‘I don’t really know who they are’ and ‘I know they’re against pedophilia.’ And he was asked at the debate about the Proud Boys, he said ‘Stand back and stand by.'” “If he had been so forceful and he had called these people out, said, ‘You’re not my followers, you do...
    Fox News made the journalistically curious decision to cut away early from a remarkably insightful press conference led by top Georgia election official Gabriel Sterling — held to systematically debunk every baseless voter fraud claim put forth by President Donald Trump — to get the thoughts of Trump campaign advisor Jason Miller. The decision to cut away from a press conference debunking conspiracy theories to hear from a chief propagator of those very false claims did not happen on an opinion program. It happened in the 3 p.m. hour of Bill Hemmer Reports, a hard news show. The press conference, held by Georgia Republicans in order to respond to the continued attacks on November’s free and fair presidential election, came one day after audio of a phone call between Trump and Brad Raffensperger leaked and revealed the president pushing the Georgia secretary of state to “find” enough extra votes to flip...
    Photo by Drew Angerer/Getty Images. Trump campaign senior advisor Jason Miller got in a Twitter spat with CNN’s Jake Tapper over the audio recording of President Donald Trump’s phone call with Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger, with Tapper reminding his followers that Miller is delinquent on his child support payments and Miller firing back that Tapper is “a fake news pussy.” Trump had attacked Raffensperger on Twitter, saying that the two had spoken this weekend, and Raffensperger replied, “Respectfully, President Trump: What you’re saying is not true. The truth will come out” — and then brought the receipts, releasing an audio recording of their conversation. The recording revealed Trump repeatedly berating Raffensperger and Ryan Germany, the general counsel for the secretary of state’s office, making baseless claims of election fraud and demanding they help him “find 11,780 votes” so as to flip President-elect Joe Biden’s victory in their state. Miller...
    Rep. Eric Swalwell, D-Calif., ripped Trump campaign adviser Jason Miller after he tweeted an article about Swalwell and an alleged Chinese spy.  “Just a reminder: pay your child support @JasonMillerinDC. Kids shouldn’t go hungry because Dad is a deadbeat. Feed them for the holidays,” Swalwell wrote on Twitter.  The Huffington Post reported in September that the Trump 2020 campaign had not included Miller’s salary in its filings to the Federal Election Commission because Miller could then be forced to pay more child support.  Miller fathered a son with a female colleague during the Trump 2016 campaign. Miller lives with his wife and children in Virginia while A.J. Delgado, his former coworker, and their son live in Miami.  SWALWELL SUGGEST TRUMP IS BEHIND BLOCKBUSTER AXIOS REPORT  According to Florida court filings obtained by the Huffington Post, Miller reported an income of $683,660 in 2019 but argued he could not pay his $3,167...
    President Donald Trumps rally in Valdosta, Georgia, was so effective in energizing the GOP base for the Jan. 5 Senate runoffs, the president will be doing another one, according to Trump campaign senior adviser Jason Miller on Newsmax TV. "Youll see the president again heading down to Georgia to campaign for the candidates," Miller told Wednesdays "Spicer & Co." "Easily, on Saturday, thats the most amount of time hes ever spent in a speech, talking up to vote for somebody else, and think a lot of folks in Georgia clearly understood that." Miller will be joining Vice President Mike Pence on Thursday for a rally in Augusta, Georgia, he added to host Sean Spicer. "This is critical; we have to get this done, Sean," he added. Miller also rejected any talk of boycotting the vote for incumbents Sens. David Perdue, R-Ga., and Kelly Loeffler, R-Ga., in their tight Senate runoffs...
    Donald Trump advisor Jason Miller took a pop at Hillary Clinton by joking she will be the next person to be pardoned after Michael Flynn. Miller, who was a senior advisor for Trump's 2020 reelection campaign, responded on Twitter to the news of the former National Security Advisor's pardon by the President on Wednesday. NBC correspondent Andrea Mitchell tweeted: 'A full pardon for the disgraced ex National Security Advisor. Who's next?' Donald Trump advisor Jason Miller took a pop at Hillary Clinton by joking she will be the next person to be pardoned after Michael Flynn Miller, who was a senior advisor for Trump's 2020 reelection campaign, responded on Twitter to the news of the former National Security Advisor's pardon Miller replied: 'Crooked Hillary.' Clinton has never been charged of a crime so could not be pardoned, but many Republicans and Trump supporters wanted her arrested for...
    Antifa protests and violence broke out on Saturday night in Washington,D.C. against Trump supporters participating in a MAGA march. In reaction, Trump reelection campaign senior adviser Jason Miller told Fox News’ “MediaBuzz” that the mainstream media hasn’t given the event the attention it deserves. “I really think it’s shameful that some of the competing networks, whether it be CNN or MSNBC, have not covered it the way that they should,” he said. TRUMP SUPPORTERS HARASSED, ATTACKED AT MAGA MARCH IN DC AMID CLASHES WITH COUNTER-PROTESTERS; ARRESTS MADE Miller explained that “peaceful” pro-Trump protesters were physically attacked by Antifa and Black Lives Matter protesters, describing some videos on social media as “absolutely horrific.” A counter-protester burns a Trump 2020 flag after supporters of President Trump held pro-Trump marches Saturday, Nov. 14, 2020, in Washington. (AP Photo/Jacquelyn Martin) “When we said during the campaign you won’t be safe in Joe Biden’s America, these aren’t...
    Appearing Monday on the Fox Business Network, Trump campaign advisor Jason Miller said conceding the 2020 presidential election is “not even in our vocabulary right now'” as it files a flurry of legal challenges over the counting of ballots in several battleground states. (Watch from 7:30) A transcript is as follows: MARIA BARTIROMO: Just to be clear, are you expecting the president to concede anytime soon? Is he going to call Joe Biden anytime soon? As these lawsuits drop, Rudy Giuliani told me yesterday he is looking at up to 10 states that could affect 800,000 ballots. JASON MILLER: That word is not even in our vocabulary right now. We’re going to pursue all of these legal means, all of the recount methods. We’re going to continue exposing and investigating all these instances of fraud or abuse, and make sure that the American public can have full confidence in these elections....
    'President Trump is on pace to win Arizona,' said Trump's senior adviser Jason Miller. On a press call Thursday morning, the Trump campaign's senior adviser Jason Miller said that it was irresponsible for the Associated Press and Fox News to call the state of Arizona for Democratic nominee Joe Biden while ballots remain to be counted. "It's critical to point out that folks are coming around to the point that we've been saying over and over since election night ... that President Trump is on pace to win Arizona," Miller said to reporters. He noted that election forecaster and editor-in-chief of FiveThirtyEight Nate Silver "came out and said that Fox News and the AP should rescind their calling of the state."
    Getty Biden vs Trump. The 2020 presidential election is proving to be a tight race between President Donald Trump and former Vice President Joe Biden. One of the key battleground states was Arizona. It has traditionally been a reliable red state but polls ahead of election day suggested it could swing blue for the first time since 1996. Election observers have been cautious about projecting anticipated winners in states where the vote total is close. Arizona is one of those states. But around 11:30 p.m., Fox News projected that Biden had won the Grand Canyon State and its 11 electoral votes. However, no other major outlets followed Fox’s lead. Trump campaign senior advisor Jason Miller called on the network to retract its projection and critics argued that there were too many outstanding ballots left to be counted to make a call either way. Here’s what you need...
    Roger Sollenberger November 3, 2020 10:00AM (UTC) President Trump's top campaign strategist, Jason Miller, has been paid tens of thousands of dollars a month through a third-party campaign vendor rather than taking a salary from the campaign, obscuring the flow of money and apparently concealing how much he makes — an arrangement campaign finance experts say is illegal. Miller, a 2016 senior adviser who joined the re-election campaign in early June, appears to have been paid as recently as July by Citizens of the American Republic (COAR), a nonprofit founded by Steve Bannon which is currently part of a federal fraud and money laundering investigation into the former Trump campaign chief, as a vehicle used to fabricate invoices in furtherance of that scheme. (Salon first reported that COAR had paid Miller $20,000 a month.) : Miller also appears to have taken monthly payments of several thousand dollars from a firm co-founded by two Trump officials — one of them...
    JASON Miller, who is married with two kids, is one of President Donald Trump's top strategists. He is making bold statements about the 2020 election. ⚠️ Follow our US election 2020 live blog for the latest news & updates 4Jason Miller speaks to reporters in 2016Credit: Reuters Who is Trump advisor Jason Miller? Jason Miller served as chief spokesperson for Trump's 2016 campaign and currently is an senior advisor for the re-election effort. Miller was born and raised in Seattle and has worked in politics since the 1990s. He lives in the Washington, DC, area with his wife Kelly and two daughters. Miller became embroiled in a sex scandal when it was reported that former Trump staffer AJ Delgado gave birth to his baby. Delgado would file a discrimination lawsuit after claiming she was frozen out of Trump's 2016 campaign, according to the New York Daily News. 4Jason Miller's...
    Trump campaign adviser Jason Miller drew significant outrage for using an interview with George Stephanopoulos to claim the president will After Miller fielded questions about President Donald Trump’s coronavirus claims and the administration’s fight with Dr. Anthony Fauci, Stephanopoulos asked him about to outline a possible path for Trump’s electoral college victory. Miller began by remarking about the battleground states up for grabs, but as he argued that “the entire electorate has shifted,” he put forward an assertion about ballots that will keep being counted after Election Day: If you speak with many smart Democrats, they believe that President Trump will be ahead on election night, probably getting 280 electoral [votes] somewhere in that range, and then they’re going to try to steal it back after the election. We believe we will be over 290 electoral votes on election night, so no matter what they try to do,...
    President Trump's path to reelection includes holding Arizona, Georgia and North Carolina and even picking up purple state Nevada, Trump campaign senior adviser Jason Miller told ABC's "This Week." The campaign is "very confident, very safe we're going to win Arizona" and earn more than 290 electoral votes on election night, Miller said on Sunday. THE PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION COMES DOWN TO THESE 9 STATES "Even if for some reason we didn't have Arizona, we could pick off Nevada, a place that our modeling shows that we're going to win on Tuesday, as well as Michigan, and that would put President Trump over the top," Miller said. "We have multiple pathways." "We think that President Trump is going to hold all of the Sun Belt states that he won previously," he said. "As you look to the upper Midwest, Joe Biden has to stop President Trump in four out of four states: Pennsylvania, Michigan, Wisconsin and Minnesota. If President Trump wins just...
    Trump adviser Jason Miller suggested the administration might start a legal battle against including ballots counted after Election Day to prevent an attempt by Democrats to "steal back" the election. During an interview with ABC's George Stephanopoulos, Miller said that even Democrats anticipate Trump will be ahead on election night before a "blue shift" turns the tide in favor of Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden. "If you speak with many smart Democrats, they believe President Trump will be ahead on election night, probably getting 280 electoral, something in that range. And then they'll try to steal it back after the election," Miller said on Sunday. "We believe we'll be over 290 electoral votes on election night. So no matter what they try to do, no matter what kind of high jinks or nonsense they try to pull off, we'll still have enough electoral votes to get President Trump...
    ABC News anchor George Stephanopoulos repeatedly pressed Trump campaign advisor Jason Miller on Sunday morning over President Donald Trump’s baseless claims that doctors “get more money” from coronavirus deaths, prompting Miller to back the president’s claims by citing “independent things pointing to that.” Continuing to hammer away at his closing argument that the country is “rounding the corner” on the pandemic despite record-setting daily infections, Trump accused American doctors of profiting from the crisis by purposely overcounting coronavirus deaths during a campaign rally late last week. “Our doctors get more money if someone dies from COVID. You know that, right?” Trump exclaimed. “So what they do is, they say, ‘I’m sorry, but, you know, everybody dies of COVID.’ But in Germany and other places, if you have a heart attack, or you have cancer, you’re terminally ill, you catch COVID, they say you died of cancer, you died of a...
    ABC’s George Stephanopoulos dragged Trump campaign adviser Jason Miller across the coals for defending President Donald Trump’s claim that doctors are falsifying the lethality of the coronavirus. As the two spoke on Sunday for This Week, Stephanopoulos led the interview with footage of Trump claiming at a rally that doctors “get more money if someone dies from Covid,” rather than if a patient’s death is attributed to some other cause. The American Medical Association has condemned Trump’s insinuation as a “malicious, outrageous, and completely misguided charge,” so Stephanopoulos pressed Miller for why does Trump “repeatedly attack doctors working on the frontlines” by claiming they’re inflating the death rate. After an initial digression about Trump’s support, Miller responded to the question with “I don’t think he was attacking anybody at all.” “Jason, we all just saw it,” Stephanopoulos objected. “He was talking about doctors inflating Covid deaths...
    Chris Wallace spoke with Trump campaign adviser Jason Miller on Fox News Sunday about recent reporting on Hunter Biden. Miller indicated in the interview that the reporting on alleged emails from Joe Biden’s son is something that President Donald Trump will bring up in the final debate. Wallace brought up what the president said recently calling the Bidens “an organized crime family” and asked Miller about that: “Two Senate-led Republican committees investigated what went on in Ukraine, and while they said that with hunter at Burisma end Biden handling the Ukraine account for the administration, while there was a perception of a conflict of interest, they found no actual wrongdoing. And as for these other business deals — and you talk about ‘the big guy’ and money — the fact is Vice President Biden has actually released his tax returns, unlike President Trump, and there’s no indication he ever got...
    Trump senior campaign adviser Jason Miller blasted Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer—a target of a recent kidnapping plan by extremist militia members—shortly after her Thursday afternoon press conference discussing the foiled plot, claiming she has “hatred in her heart” towards President Donald Trump. Federal prosecutors announced on Thursday that six men were arrested and charged for allegedly plotting with a violent extremist group to kidnap Whitmer and overthrow the government. “Several members talked about murdering ‘tyrants’ or ‘taking’ a sitting governor,” an FBI agent wrote in the affidavit. “The group decided they needed to increase their numbers and encouraged each other to talk to their neighbors and spread their message.” During her afternoon presser, Whitmer took aim at the president’s heated rhetoric and sympathetic comments towards far-right extremists, claiming he was “stoking distrust” and energizing hate groups and white nationalists. The president has also repeatedly lobbed attacks at Whitmer, specifically over...
    Trump campaign senior adviser Jason Miller went after Gov. Gretchen Whitmer for blasting President Donald Trump during her news conference regarding the militia plot to kidnap her — calling her a “complete phony”  with “hatred in her heart towards President Trump.” The FBI busted a plot by militia group Wolverine Watchmen to kidnap the governor, instigate a civil war, and violently overthrow the state government on Wednesday night. Whitmer blamed the militia plot on the president, claiming he is “complicit” with domestic terrorist groups — highlighting his “stand back and stand by” comments to the Proud Boys during the first presidential debate. “Hate groups heard the president’s words not as a rebuke, but as a rallying cry, as a call to action,” Whitmer said in an address from Lansing. “When our leaders speak, their words matter. They carry weight. When our leaders meet with, encourage, or fraternize with domestic terrorists, they legitimize their...
    CNN’s Ana Cabrera had a confrontational, over-sixteen-minute long interview with Trump campaign senior adviser Jason Miller Sunday evening, following President Donald Trump‘s SUV ride outside Walter Reed Hospital, where he is being treated for the coronavirus. Trump’s short excursion was met with swift condemnation as an unnecessary photo op that put the Secret Service agents assigned to protect him at risk, but Miller defended it, bristling at Cabrera’s characterization of it as a “photo op.” “I don’t think this was a stunt at all,” said Miller. “This was President Trump showing people he’s very gracious for the hospitality they have shown him, the support he has, the hundreds outside Walter Reed Medical Center there.” Cabrera pointed out that Trump has posted several photos and video messages to his supporters, and he could have done that again without “endangering the lives of Secret Service members.” Miller retorted that the Secret Service took the situation “very seriously”...
    CNN anchor Ana Cabrera battled Trump campaign adviser Jason Miller on Sunday over whether President TrumpDonald John TrumpJaime Harrison debates Graham behind plexiglass shield Doctors, White House staff offer conflicting messages on president's health Trump given second dose of Remdesivir 'without complication', 'not yet out of the woods', Conley says MORE and his campaign had followed the necessary protocols for preventing the spread of COVID-19 over the course of the past few months. In a lengthy interview with Miller, Cabrera repeatedly challenged the Trump aide over the president's frequent refusal to wear masks in public appearances, the lack of mask requirements at the campaign's rallies and audio published by The Washington Post in which Trump can be heard admitting that he downplayed the virus's danger in an attempt to avoid causing panic. "He's been downplaying the virus, and let's just be honest: Let's call a spade a spade," Cabrera told Miller....
    NBC’s Chuck Todd and senior Trump campaign official Jason Miller locked horns over President Donald Trump’s refusal to comply public health and safety guidelines before contracting the coronavirus. As Miller spoke about Trump’s condition on Sunday in an interview for Meet The Press, Todd asked him why didn’t Trump initiate a quarantine as soon as the news broke that Hope Hicks tested positive for the virus. “Clearly, that was against CDC guidelines,” Todd said as he pointed to Trump’s fundraiser in New Jersey. Miller answered by referring to the (failed) safety measures to prevent Trump from being exposed to Covid-19, and “the president did not have a positive test yet” before the fundraiser. “As soon as he did have a positive test,” Miller said, “[the White House] went to a different level of protocol and they took the precautionary measure to take him to Walter Reed and now...
    Trump campaign adviser Jason Miller accused Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden of wearing masks as a political "prop." Following President Trump's coronavirus diagnosis, the Trump campaign official appeared with ABC host George Stephanopoulos to defend the campaign's handling of rallies and campaign events amid the pandemic. "Hasn't the cavalier approach to masks and social distancing at these rallies been a mistake? Will it change going forward?" Stephanopoulos asked. "I'll push back and say that it hasn't been cavalier at all. We take it very seriously. It's why we give everyone coming to rallies or events, we give them a mask. We check their temperature. I'd say that with regard to Joe Biden, I think too often he's used the mask as a prop," Miller said. "A mask is very important, but he could be 20-30 feet away from the nearest person and still have the mask on....
    Donald Trump's campaign advisers Jason Miller and Steve Cortes give the latest update on his condition Sunday in claiming the president is eager to get back to campaigning even though his top doctor says he is not yet 'out of the woods.' Miller, the campaign's senior adviser, said he spoke to Trump recently and said the president told him 'he's going to defeat this virus… and our campaign is going to defeat this virus.' 'Once he gets out of the hospital, he's ready to get back to the campaign trail,' Miller told NBC's Chuck Todd during an interview on 'Meet the Press' Sunday morning. 'He sounded pretty energetic.' 'But he said something else that I thought that was important too,' Miller said, 'and that was to be careful, and that was to remind folks to wash their hands, use hand sanitizer, make sure that if you can't socially distance, distance...
    Trump campaign senior adviser Jason Miller accused former Vice President Joe Biden of using masks as a political “prop,” even as he defended President Donald Trump’s coronavirus leadership. Miller gave an interview to ABC’s George Stephonpoulos for This Week, where the conversation focused on how Trump, his administration and campaign staff, plus numerous prominent Republicans have been diagnosed with Covid-19 after multiple apparent super-spreader events. Miller insisted the president is doing well, though there is ongoing confusion and mixed messaging as to the severity of Trump’s condition. The interview proceeded with Miller defending Trump’s handling of the coronavirus pandemic, even as Stephanopoulos confronted him with multiple examples of Trump flouting public health guidelines over the last few months. After Miller persisted in hyping up the safety measures around Trump (which clearly did not work), Stephanopoulos brought up the moment when the president mocked Biden’s mask use during their 1st...
    A conversation between Chuck Todd and Jason Miller nearly collapsed on Wednesday after the Meet the Press host and the Trump campaign senior adviser battled over President Donald Trump’s debate performance. As Miller slammed former Vice President Joe Biden on MSNBC for his “weak words” condemning Antifa, Todd pointed out that Trump is facing major criticism for his failure to explicitly condemn white supremacists. Todd further noted that Trump has so far declined to offer any kind of clarification for his remarks, even as his allies claim the president misspoke. “He’s refusing to say anything,” Todd said, “and it sounds like the public should take that for what it’s worth.” From there, Miller went on a rapid-fire, out of context rant to attack Biden over his history with issues pertaining to race. He started by attacking Biden for eulogizing Robert Byrd (D-WV), making sure to highlight that the late...
    ABC’s George Stephanopoulos undermined Trump campaign senior adviser Jason Miller’s talking points by reminding him that the death toll from the coronavirus pandemic eclipses that of the 2009 H1N1 health crisis. Stephanopoulos grilled Miller Sunday on This Week over Donald Trump’s admitted downplaying of the coronavirus, plus Dr. Anthony Fauci’s contradiction of the president’s view that America is nearing the end of the Covid-19 pandemic. Miller responded with a defense of Trump’s leadership while arguing that “Joe Biden wants everyone to stay locked in their basement forever. President Trump wants to be safe, responsible, get us back open.” The conversation continued with Stephanopoulos challenging Miller on the basis of his claims that the Biden campaign is “anti-vax” and wants the country to remain shut down. As Miller continued to argue that Biden’s pandemic leadership would pale in comparison to Trump’s, he pivoted into an attack on how the Obama...
    The Lucas Oil Dirt Car Series returned to Portsmouth Raceway Park Saturday night for the annual running of The Bob Miller Memorial “River Days Rumble 50” presented by Pepsi. Martinsville, IN’s Hudson O’Neil celebrated his 20th birthday in style, as he prevailed in the $12,000-to-win Late Model Feature becoming the Lucas Oil Series’ 18th different winner in 2020. While O’Neil scored his first Lucas win of the year, Modified driver Michael Paul Howard of Salyersville, KY logged his very first PRP win after years of trying and coming so close. Stout’s Zack Pendleton took the checkers in the Sport Mods. The track was fast and the Late Models were hammer down throughout the duration of the 50-lap A-Main with the most successful racers throwing their right rears out against the cushion from the initial drop of the green until the checkers flew. Early on Newport, TN’s Jimmy Owens was dominant....
    Jason Momoa is the first Justice League actor to voice support for his co-star Ray Fisher, who tweeted in July that director Joss Whedon was “gross” and “abusive” while filming the movie. Since then, Fisher’s accusations have led to a formal investigation at Warner Bros. The most recent update saw Fisher accuse Warner Bros. of trying to discredit him in order to protect DC franchise producers. Meanwhile, Warner Bros. accused Fisher of failing to comply with investigators, which he denies. Hide Fisher hasn’t publicly discussed the specifics of his allegations, speaking instead about the importance of a fair investigation within the studio. However, we do know a bit about Fisher’s working relationship with Whedon. Zack Snyder directed Justice League‘s principal photography before having to step down due to a death in the family in 2016. Then Whedon took over, resulting in extensive reshoots and new edits, including cutting many of...
    Jason Miller, the goatee wearing sketchball that resigned two days after being named by Trump as his White House communications director. On August 20, it was announced that former White House chief strategist and CEO of Donald Trump’s 2016 campaign Steve Bannon had been arrested. Bannon along with We Build the Wall frontman Brian Kolfage, possible career criminal Andrew Badolato, and real estate broker Timothy Shea, were indicted on charges that they were using the non-profit wall fundraising machine as a money laundering scheme. One of the people not indicted, but seemingly financially connected to the We Build the Wall scam is Jason Miller. If you don’t remember Jason Miller, he was the goatee wearing sketchball that resigned two days after being named by Trump as his White House communications director. His resignation came with stories of an extramarital affair with another Trump campaign operative A.J. Delgado, and general scumbaggery. Salon reports that recently...
    Hawaii reinstates strict Oahu shutdown as coronavirus cases surge Walmart Just Announced Its Discontinuing This Delivery Service Ex-UFC fighter Jason Mayhem Miller jailed after being charged with multiple felonies © Provided by MMAJunkie Former UFC and Strikeforce fighter Jason Miller is back behind bars. Miller, 39, was charged Tuesday after he allegedly committed a residential burglary and car theft against someone he knew in Irvine, Calif., police told NBC Los Angeles. Miller, who is on probation in a domestic violence case, pleaded not guilty to felony counts of first-degree burglary, unlawful taking of a vehicle and grand theft auto. He’s currently jailed in nearby Newport Beach and is being held without bail until a Sept. 2 pretrial hearing. This marks the latest in a string of “Mayhem” run-ins with the law through the years. Perhaps most notorious among them was a 2014 instance in which Miller barricaded himself inside...
    Chuck Todd questioned Trump campaign senior adviser Jason Miller Sunday about the Steve Bannon indictment over the former Trump White House chief strategist’s alleged involvement in defrauding people who gave money to the “We Build the Wall” group. Bannon pleaded not guilty last week. Miller told Todd, “These allegations are very serious and I hope that Steve has some good answers for the things he’s been accused of. It’s not something I’ve worked on, I don’t know anything about the financial dealings of this organization or how it worked, and I hope Steve has the opportunity to tell his side of the story.” Todd then put up a graphic of people involved in Trump’s 2016 campaign, from Bannon to Michael Flynn to Paul Manafort to Roger Stone: “Quite a few people who were involved in the Trump campaign in 2016 have had some issues with the law — indictments,...
    Saul Loeb, Win McNamee, Getty Images Despite a campaign of attacks by President Donald Trump against former Vice President Joe Biden’s mental acumen, Trump campaign senior adviser Jason Miller now says that Biden is “actually a very good debater.” Trump and his campaign have been falsely claiming that Biden is trying to avoid debating Trump, while also repeatedly attacking the former VP’s mental acuity, even as they try to tailor the debates to Trump’s liking. But in an interview with The Washington Post, Miller said the opposite. In an article detailing Trump’s months-long effort to bend the Commission on Presidential Debates to his will, his senior adviser made the case that Biden will be a tough opponent, even the “favorite”: Miller, the Trump adviser, has been studying Biden’s past debate performances. “Joe Biden is actually a very good debater. He doesn’t have as many gaffes as he does in his...
    Jason Miller, a senior adviser to President TrumpDonald John TrumpOklahoma City Thunder players kneel during anthem despite threat from GOP state lawmaker Microsoft moving forward with talks to buy TikTok after conversation with Trump Controversial Trump nominee placed in senior role after nomination hearing canceled MORE's reelection campaign, said Sunday that presumptive Democratic nominee Joe BidenJoe Biden2020 Democratic Party platform endorses Trump's NASA moon program Don't let Trump distract us from the real threat of his presidency Abrams: Trump 'doing his best to undermine our confidence' in voting system MORE's running mate selection "in many ways" will serve as "his political living will."  "It is consequential in the fact that for Joe Biden, his VP pick is in many ways his political living will," Miller told host Chris WallaceChristopher (Chris) WallaceSunday shows - Stimulus debate dominates Bass: 'Lesson learned' on 2016 Castro comments Fox's Wallace presses Trump adviser on whether...
    Fox News Sunday host Chris Wallace interrupted his guest’s attacks on Joe Biden to bring up some important points about the Trump campaign this weekend. “Despite what you say about the Biden campaign, the fact is it is the Trump campaign that just replaced your campaign manager,” Wallace told Trump campaign adviser Jason Miller. “It’s the Trump campaign that just paused all television advertising for six days to recalibrate.”  From there, Wallace put up on the screen a series of polling averages that show Trump trailing Biden by wide margins both nationally and in three of the crucial swing states he won in 2016. “How do you turn this around, because at this point, Jason, you’re losing?” the host asked. Unsurprisingly, Miller dismissed the premise of the question.  “Well, we think we’re in great shape and well positioned to win this,” Miller said in response. He then falsely stated that...
    Jason Miller, the controversial former adviser to Donald Trump, has returned to the president's campaign to help with strategy leading into November's election. That role also includes being a morning briefer to Trump on the political news of the day, according to a report in Axios, and translating what the president says into 'political action.' But the Trump campaign pushed back on that report.  'Jason is one of the many people who talks to President Trump,' an official with the campaign told DailyMail.com. Jason Miller, the controversial former adviser to Donald Trump, has returned to the president's campaign to help with the final stretch Jason Miller's role includes briefing President Trump in the mornings on the political news of the day, according to a report in Axios but the Trump campaign pushed back on that  Jason Miller briefing reporters in Trump Tower shortly after Donald Trump won...
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