KEY POINTS

  • Jason Miller says Trump appears "rested" and "happier" after leaving the White House
  • Trump has reportedly developed healthier eating habits following his White House exit
  • Miller left Trump's 2016 campaign team after he allegedly impregnated another campaign official

Former President Donald Trump is now much slimmer after he lost his 24-hour access to the kitchen in the White House, a former advisor revealed. 

In an interview with GB News on Sunday, Jason Miller said the former president had lost between 20 to 25 pounds since leaving the White House. Trump reportedly blames “not having the kitchen there 24/7” as the reason. However, Miller noted that the president looks “happier” and “rested” now.

“He seems a lot happier. He’s tanned. He’s rested,” he said. “The secret, he says, is a little bit of golf and a whole lot of endorsement.”

Miller’s comments come months after an unnamed Trump advisor revealed that the former president, who is now 75, has lost a significant amount of weight after embracing better eating habits following his exit from the White House. 

“He was eating all those M&M's on [Air Force One] all the time,” one advisor told Business Insider. “He's a big man with a big frame, and he's lost a lot of weight. I can't tell you how much, but it's a lot. You can see it in his suits.”

Miller, who is now the CEO of social media platform Gettr, has begun working with Trump as his chief spokesman for the 2016 presidential campaign. He backed out of the position after it was reported that he had impregnated A.J. Delgado, another campaign official, around the same time that he and his wife were expecting their second child. 

“After spending this past week with my family, the most amount of time I have been able to spend with them since March 2015, it is clear they need to be my top priority right now,” Miller said in a prepared statement, The Washington Post reported at that time. 

“My wife and I are also excited about the arrival of our second daughter in January, and I need to put them in front of my career. I look forward to continuing to support the President-elect from outside after my work on the Transition concludes.”

In June 2020, he was tapped to serve as Trump’s senior adviser, focusing mainly on providing support to the former president’s campaign manager Brad Pascale.

Jason Miller Jason Miller at Politicon at Pasadena Convention Center in Pasadena, California, July 30, 2017. Photo: Getty Images for Politicon/ John Sciulli