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Jason Miller, a senior communications adviser for Donald Trump, knew how to party back in the day.
The Washington Post recently dug up an old story from 1996 about the party scene at George Washington University. GWU had just been named the number 2 party school in the nation by the Princeton Review, and WaPo wanted to see if the students could live up to the hype. After a largely unsuccessful search for a party, they ran into a senior political science major on the front steps of the Sigma Alpha Epsilon fraternity house. It was Jason Miller, and he told the reporters that if they came back to the house around 1:45 a.m., he’d show them the party they were seeking.
I highly recommend reading the full story, but here are a few highlights.
•University officials warned the WaPo reporters that SAE was “very banned” for “thuggish behavior.” The dean added that they “had no ability to control this group… we’ve tried to warn the students.”
•Miller proudly told the reporters that 950 people showed up to the house for a party the weekend before.
•The article says the house is furnished with “couches that even the Salvation Army wouldn’t take” and cases of Busch beer.
The frat brothers show off for the girls and the cameras, ripping off shirts and chugging beers. . . Jason Miller surveys the crowd like a proud father. “It’s my senior year so I’m going to party,” he says. Miller says he’s got a 3.0 average, a major in political science and a job as a staff assistant in Sen. Slade Gorton’s (R-Wash.) office on Capitol Hill. He will become a lawyer and probably a politician some day. Life is good.
•There are also a couple photos of his brothers chugging beer
It’s awesome that this rowdy college guy saw the plan he had for himself come to fruition. I can’t attest to Miller’s political communications abilities, but if Trump wins, he’s got the right man to throw a bomb-ass inauguration ball..
[via Washington Post]
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