Situation gets ugly as two former Trump staffers have a love child after affair in Vegas (Details)

(NEW YORK DAILY NEWS / CBS NEWS)

Two former staffers who worked for Trump during and after the 2016 presidential election, A.J. Delgado and Jason Miller, are now parents of a 1-month-old boy named William. This follows an affair they had during the campaign trail.

However, Miller is married with two daughters and one of them was born in January, which means that Miller’s wife was pregnant during the affair.

Delgado is an attorney who served as Trump’s transition adviser. On Tuesday, the affair was confirmed by Delgado with the birth of the baby boy.




Rumors and reports circulating reveal they hooked up on the campaign trail. Page Six says this happened after “a wild night out in Las Vegas.”

Delgado hinted that Miller was the father of her child back in December when Miller was appointed to be the communications director for Trump.

After Miller’s promotion, Delgado sarcastically tweeted congratulating “the baby-daddy” for his accomplishment. Later she added, “The 2016 version of John Edwards.” She was referring to John Kerry’s vice presidential nominee, who fathered a child with mistress Rielle Hunter.

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On Wednesday, Miller confirmed to Page Six that William was his and showed that he and his wife accepted the fact of the new baby.

In the statement, Miller stated, “My wife and I, along with our two daughters, are excited to welcome William into the world and into our family, and we appreciate the well wishes we’ve received from so many.”

However, Miller’s statement didn’t sit well with Delgado, who went to Twitter to lash out of Miller.

She tweeted:





She also claimed that Miller did not give any money yet for the baby or get him a single gift.

She also gave her side of the story about what happened.




She tweeted:

She concluded her series of tweets by saying that there were more details of the story to come. She revealed that she offered her side of the story to McKay Coppins, a staff writer at the Atlantic.

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