Trump aide Jason Miller 'questioned for HOURS at Brazil airport after attending conservative event'

Trump aide Jason Miller 'questioned for HOURS at Brazil airport after attending conservative event'

September 7, 2021

DONALD Trump aide Jason Miller was reportedly questioned for hours at Brazil airport after attending a conservative event.

Miller was questioned on Tuesday morning at Barsilia International Airport, according to a statement.


"This afternoon my traveling party was questioned for three hours at the airport in Brasilia, after having attended this weekend's CPAC Brasil Conference," it read.

"We were not accused of any wrongdoing, and told only that they 'wanted to talk.' We informed them that we had nothing to say and were eventually released to fly back to the United States."

Miller concluded the statement saying, "Our goal of sharing free speech around the world continues!"

The Trump aide appeared at the Conservative Political Action Conference.

"Next stop: #CPACBrasil – lets’s go!" he wrote, accompanied by a photograph of a MAGA hat. The hat appeared to be signed by Donald Trump.

During his trip, he also met with President Jair Bolsonaro, Deputy Eduardo Bolsonaro and former Chancellor Ernesto Araújo.

Miller is the founder of Gettr, a social media platform that was created after the 45th president was banned from sites like Twitter and Facebook.

Newsmax also hired Miller as a contributor last month to provide commentary on a variety of issues.

Miller will be a paid contributor and his deal is non-exclusive, meaning he can still speak freely to other news outlets, said Brian Peterson, a spokesman for the network.

"He is a contributor, not a host or full-time employee," Peterson said.

"We disclose his relationship with the former president. If he becomes active in any political campaigns, we will review his status with us."

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