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Jason Miller to Newsmax TV: Atlantic's Trump Story 'Hatchet Job'

Jason Miller, a senior adviser to President-elect Donald Trump, speaks to reporters in New York. (Carolyn Kaster/AP)

By    |   Friday, 04 September 2020 07:42 PM

Trump 2020 campaign adviser Jason Miller called The Atlantic’s anonymous-sourced story that President Donald Trump disparaged Americans who died in war as "suckers and "losers" a “hatchet job” and suggested the publication’s motivation for the story was majority owner Lauren Jobs’ $500,000 donation to Joe Biden's campaign.

“Last night you saw the president give a pretty strong first-hand pushback on it when he got off Air Force One – I was actually traveling with him up to Pennsylvania and back,” Miller said Friday on Newsmax TV’s “Spicer and Co.” “He got in front of the press pool and denounced the article, said it was completely made up and said that it was all fake news.”

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Trump 2020 campaign adviser Jason Miller called The Atlantic's anonymous-sourced story that President Donald Trump disparaged Americans who died in war as "suckers and "losers" a "hatchet job."
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