Swalwell rips Trump marketing campaign adviser Jason Miller over baby assist amid China controversy

Rep. Eric Swalwell, D-Calif., Ripped off Trump campaign advisor Jason Miller after tweeting an article about Swalwell and a suspected Chinese spy.

“Just as a reminder, pay your child support @JasonMillerinDC. Children shouldn’t go hungry because dad is a blow to the bone. Feed them for the holidays, ”Swalwell wrote on Twitter.

The Huffington Post reported in September that the Trump 2020 campaign had not included Miller’s salary on its filing with the Federal Election Commission, as Miller could then be forced to pay more child support.

Miller fathered a son with a colleague during the Trump 2016 campaign. Miller lives in Virginia with his wife and children, while his ex-employee AJ Delgado and their son live in Miami.


According to Florida court records received from the Huffington Post, Miller reported an income of $ 683,660 in 2019, but argued he could not pay his $ 3,167 share of child support. For a six month period in 2020, Miller reportedly paid just $ 500 per month in child support.

Miller caught Swalwell’s anger by posting an article on Twitter about Swalwell speaking at an event in 2013 with a Chinese agent who had worked for Sen. Dianne Feinstein, D-Calif for decades.

The event was hosted by the group, led by Christine Fang, whose relationship with Swalwell was reported by Axios this week, according to Daily Caller.

Both Swalwell and Russell Lowe spoke at an event to commemorate the Chinese Lunar New Year at the East Bay Chinese Student Association’s California State University. Lowe then worked for Feinstein.

Politico reported in 2018 that a Feinstein employee had been supplying Chinese officials with U.S. political intelligence services through the Chinese consulate in San Francisco for years.

After the involvement with the Chinese spy, Eric Swalwell warned of the Russian influence on US politics under Trump

Feinstein said at the time that the FBI had informed them and the employee was immediately relieved. She said the employee never had access to classified information.

Lowe has been described as a driver for Feinstein and a liaison between Feinstein and the Asian-American community in the Bay Area. The Daily Caller said Lowe was likely the Chinese agent working in Feinstein’s office.

It is not clear whether Lowe and Fang were aware of each other’s work for the Chinese government.

Axios reported Monday that a Chinese citizen named Fang Fang or Christine Fang had targeted emerging local politicians, including Swalwell.

Fang reportedly took part in the fundraiser for Swalwell’s 2014 re-election campaign despite not making any donations or giving any indications of illegal contributions.

According to Axios, investigators were so alarmed by Fang’s behavior and activities that they made Swalwell aware of their concerns in 2015 and gave him a “defense brief”. Swalwell then cut ties with Fang and was not accused of any wrongdoing, according to an officer speaking with the outlet.

According to Politico, Swalwell refused to “discuss his relationship with Fang” after Axios reported that she had had sexual relations with at least two other politicians.

However, he expressed confidence that he will keep his seat on the House Intelligence Committee.


“As noted in history, this goes back to the beginning of the last decade and the Congress leadership knew about it,” Swalwell told Politico.

Adam Shaw of Fox News contributed to this report.

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