Top Trump adviser Jason Miller has revealed important information about President Trump’s plans outside of the presidency.
During a January 21 interview with Carrie Sheffield on Just the News AM, Miller revealed that, in the coming months, Donald Trump will “emerge as the nation’s leader on ballot and voting integrity.”
Miller spent time with President Trump and his family during their flight on Air Force One from Washington, D.C. to Florida on January 20. He informed Sheffield that Trump “has a number of goals over the next couple of years… winning back the House and the Senate for Republicans in 2022 to make sure that we can stop the Democratic craziness.”
According to Miller, the important work of ensuring voter integrity can “never get done in Washington,” because Democrat politicians will not allow the issue to be taken seriously.
Miller also noted that the work that is necessary ensure voter integrity can “never get done in Washington,” because Democrat lawmakers won’t allow it to be taken seriously.
Republican lawmakers, President Trump, and his legal team all fought for the integrity of the 2020 election in the weeks after November 3, challenging the results of elections in multiple states with significant evidence of fraud and irregularities, and trying to make sure that legal votes were counted properly, and illegal votes were investigated and thrown out.
Legislative bodies also launched inquiries and investigations into the way ballots were counted in several states, and the lack of proper observation of the vote counting process. Eyewitnesses testified and gave first hand accounts of illegal or improper conduct that took place in ballot processing centers.
Miller said that President Trump’s plan is being developed and will be announced in the coming months, and will involve working with individual states and state legislatures to ensure the integrity of future elections, making sure that votes are counted fairly and the voting process is secure.
Trump has not yet indicated whether he will run for president again in 2024, but Miller is hopeful that Trump will return to the White House for a second term.