Tim Miller Biography
Tim Miller is an American political analyst at MSNBC and a writer at The Bulwark. He is well recognized for his assignment as communications director for the 2016 U.S. presidential campaign of Jeb Bush as well as for being forthright with the former U.S. President Donald Trump.
Tim Miller Age
Miller was born on 10th October, 1964.
Tim Miller Height
Tim stands at 5 feet 10 inches tall.
Tim Miller Education
Miller went to Regis Jesuit High School in Aurora, Colorado and then graduated in 2000. He later attended George Washington University where he graduated in 2004 with a BA in Political Science.
Tim Miller Parents
Tim has not disclosed any information regarding his parents.
Tim Miller Siblings
He has not disclosed details about his siblings.
Tim Miller Husband
Miller is married to Tyler Jameson, he has been married to Miller since May 2018 until today. They have a daughter called Toulouse Anne (born on January 3, 2018). The couple has been open regarding their marriage and even shared vows. Jameson is the spouse and he’s a well-recognized tv personality.
Jameson was born on February 22, 1985, in West Virginia. His parents are Kent Jameson (father) and Ann Jameson (mother), his sister is Caroline Jameson. His grandmother was Mary Hinkle who died in November 2021 after suffering from cancer. Hinkle was a teacher commemorated affectionately in Monroe County Schools, she also had a daughter called Tyler.
Furthermore, Jameson studied at Shepherd University and graduated with a BS in political science and sociology. First, he was a legislative assistant in the office of Senator Heidi Heitkamp. He currently works as vice president of government relations at Impossible Foods.
Tim Miller Career
Miller worked under the anti-Donald Trump super PAC Our Principles PAC In the time of the 2016 election cycle,. He was also present both in interviews and cable news. Before that, Miller served in communications for the presidential campaigns of the Republican National Committee, John McCain (R), Jon Huntsman (R) and also Jeb Bush (R). Prior to that, in 2013, he co-founded the super PAC America Rising: a conservative opposition research team.
Miller writes for Rolling Stone and also The Bulwark. He wrote in aid of Omar Ameen who is an Iraqi refugee blamed by Trump for being part of ISIS. A Rolling Stone article by Miller attempting to find hidden comments from unwilling GOP Trump supporters obtained a broadly shared quote, “There are two choices, you will be on this hell ship, or you will be in the sea drowning”.
Tim Miller Jeb Bush
Miller formerly worked as a communications director for the 2016 U.S. candidacy of the president by Jeb Bush.
Following his view on the chances of a presidential run for a couple of months, Jeb Bush officially publicized his candidacy on June 15, 2015, at Miami Dade College. Bush widely focused on economic matters and spoke and said he might “pull Washington – the static capital of this dynamic country – out of the business of causing difficulties.” From 1999 to 2007, Bush used to work as governor of Florida.
In addition, Bush is the child of George H.W. Bush the former President of the U.S and he’s the brother of former President George W. Bush. During this time. He was employed by Politico where he was recognized as an aggressive youth, effective who would be anticipated to put a pugilistic design into Bush’s high declaration. “Miller was a Republican National Committee deputy communications director: this is the most effective operatives on Twitter, and is within and the top social media and digitally fluent savvy.”
Miller started his political career in 2004 after graduating from George Washington University at Bill Lee’s (R) gubernatorial campaign in Delaware as a travel aide still in that year. Before even completing one year, he left his role to join Jerry Kilgore’s (R) Virginia gubernatorial campaign in 2005 as a field director. Later in 2006, Miller advanced and became a political director on Bill Dix’s (R) U.S. House campaign, in the same year he worked for a short period for Jeff Lamberti’s (R) congressional campaign in Iowa as the communications director.
In 2008, during the presidential bid of John McCain, Miller stayed in the state to work for the Iowa communications director. In July 2007, he left this particular role however, he did not comment much regarding his departure from the campaign. His resignation happened one day following various top aides left the campaign, including strategist Danny Diaz, senior strategist John Weaver, and campaign manager Terry Nelson.
Tim Miller Republican
Tim became a member of the republican party following his move away from Jeb Bush’s assignment. From there, Miller co-founded the advocacy company known as Republican Voters Against Trump in 2020. The organization sponsored internet and television advertisements highlighting lifelong Republicans describing their choices to vote for Joe Biden (former vice president) instead of Donald Trump and worked as its political director. As a result, Miller has been distinguished as a “NeverTrumper”. The Washington Post inducted him on a record of Republicans “who despise Donald Trump entirely”. Miller left the republican party after publicizing in November 2020.
He has publicly moved away from the Republican party, but he carries on to be a note worthy appearance in the media for his political commentary.
Tim Miller Salary
He earns an estimated salary ranging between $10,000 – $100,000.
Tim Miller Net Worth
Miller’s approximated net worth varies between $1 million – $5 million.