Jason Miller, a former top adviser to former President Donald Trump, will rejoin the Trump campaign in his 2024 presidential bid, Miller confirmed to CBS News on Thursday.

Miller, who served in senior positions on Trump’s 2016 and 2020 campaigns, will step down from his role as chief executive of conservative social media platform GETTR.

Miller said he will serve as a senior adviser focused on strategy. Politico first reported the news.

“Of course, I will continue to work with the GETTR platform and its user base in an honorary capacity,” Miller said in a statement. “But going forward, I will be focused on helping President Trump get back into the White House.”

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FILE – Jason Miller, a senior adviser to former President Donald Trump during his 2020 re-election campaign, walks into the U.S. Capitol during Trump’s second impeachment trial on February 9, 2021 in Washington, DC.

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Miller was an integral part of Trump’s 2016 presidential campaign, but after Trump’s victory, he decided not to join the Trump administration at that time turning down position of White House Communications Director.

However, he returned to Trump’s unsuccessful 2020 presidential campaign and was a key part of Trump’s inner circle in his re-election bid.

In November 2021, Miller was one of several Trump associates and associates summoned to court by the special committee of the House of Representatives to investigate the attack on the Capitol on January 6.

During the committee’s first public hearing last June, a video of Miller’s testimony was shown in which he said the 2020 campaign’s top data analyst told Trump shortly after the 2020 election that he would lose.

“I remember him telling the president — in pretty blunt terms — that he was going to lose,” Miller said in the video.

However, Miller later claimedin a post on GETTR that his video testimony was cut by the committee and that the video showed him saying that Trump disagreed with that analysis.

Miller returns as former president just declared The 2024 presidential candidate is ramping up his presence in early-campaign states. Trump last month visited New Hampshire and announced his campaign management team in South Carolina, both early voting states on the Republican presidential primary calendar.


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