Jason Miller, CEO of social media platform GETTR and a longtime adviser to Donald Trump will be joining the former president’s 2024 campaign to win back the White House.
Miller previously worked on Trump’s 2016 and 2020 campaigns. He will be stepping down from his role at the social media platform that was developed as a free speech alternative to Twitter.
Miller said in a statement, “It was always a matter of when and not if I returned to help re-elect President Trump in 2024, and seeing the current state of the country under Joe Biden I couldn’t remain sidelined any longer. You can impact the world a lot by launching a social media platform, but nothing compares to getting President Trump back into office.”
Miller will take on the role of senior adviser and provide strategic guidance for the campaign.
Miller was previously a spokesperson for the former president at the end of his term in office but left to launch GETTR. He continued to maintain a close relationship with Trump according to the outlet, appearing at political events at Mar-a-Lago and traveling with the former president to his first official campaign stops in New Hampshire and South Carolina in January.
According to Politico, Miller joins the campaign led by longtime Republican political consultants Susie Wiles and Chris LaCivita.
The outlet reported that others who have already joined the campaign are familiar faces from previous Trump campaigns and West Wing staff including; Brian Jack, former White House Political Director, Justin Caporale, a former White House staffer, Scott Gast, former White House ethics lawyer and Boris Epshteyn, a legal adviser to Trump.
Trump’s White House speechwriters Ross Worthington and Vincent Haley have also joined the campaign as has Steven Cheung, another former Trump administration official.
More names are expected to be announced soon as the campaign continues to build its team based out of West Palm Beach, FL.