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Sonnen's Intel: AJ Delgado's Anti-Trump Espionage
UFC/MMA legend Chael Sonnen was the one who tipped off Trump about Delgado being a fraudster.
In a podcast published on March 7th, UFC legend and MMA veteran, Chael Sonnen, revealed in a roundabout way that it was he who notified President Donald Trump of a spy in his midst, on supposed female Harvard-trained lawyer, Arlene “AJ” Delgado, during the start of his presidency in 2016.
“A President of the United States in their absolute inner circle had a phony, and I knew the phony. And I knew the phony because the phony had come after me and it had come all the way to the chief legal officer of the Ultimate Fighting Championship that had to put a notice at every venue that we went to, to ban this person who was stalking me and that person was on the inner circle of the President of the United States.”
“So I have to reach to the president, of which I don’t know (;)) to let [him] know that this human being is not who they’re claiming they are and they’re getting ready to set you up. Not to mention, you’re going to look like a fool when it comes out that this person is not named, does not have the title, and did not go to the school that you’re running them around; Hannity and Combs and telling them that they are. And I did. I got it to the President, who removed this person and then on Christmas Day. She was going under the name [REDACTED].”
Nice, Andrew Schultz. Censorship. Way to be a man of the people.
“…and she was a Harvard graduate law school and she was a continual guest on Hannity and O’Reilly. It was [Bill] O’Reilly at the time. That was not her name. She did not have a law degree. She did not go to Harvard. I’ve got to notify, you’ve got her in your inner circle. In your jumbo jet, which only has 6 people and you’ve got her. That’s not her name. Yeah, it was a whole thing.”
“Then she comes on Christmas day . They dropped this on Christmas day. It’s Christmas morning when this comes out. She had been impregnated by the [guy] who was going to be the speaker, who had already been given the job to be [White House Press Secretary] but this is Christmas Day but it doesn’t kick in until it’s like January 19th or 20th.”
“Press secretary. That’s what I’m trying to say. It was a mess man, the whole thing was a mess,” Sonnen added.
Delgado, who appears to claim Catholicism, filed a $1.5 million lawsuit 10 days after she gave birth in July 2017 to the son of Trump aide, Jason Miller.
“Perfect! In 2016, when my married supervisor at work got me pregnant, I informed the employer and asked for help, yet the supervisor was nevertheless promoted whereas I was frozen out. I took to Twitter to protest what was happening. The employer retaliated against me for this AND also sued me for $1.5 million, 10 days after I had given birth, while I was nursing a newborn and recovering from a C-section, claiming that I had violated my "NDA" by disclosing that I was pregnant (that my pregnancy was "confidential" information owned by the employer). I have had to sue. I am grateful you will be covering this. P.S. The Trump Campaign is the employer. Thank you, Elon!”
Delado claims that she was was sued by the Trump campaign because of Tweets.
“Here you go, @ElonMusk Because it's hard to believe the Trump Campaign would sue a woman, especially one who had just given birth, for $1.5 million over Twitter posts, claiming her pregnancy was confidential, but here it is.”
-Anti-Trump spy, Arlene “AJ” Delgado.
December 24th 2016. Christmas Eve, was when the news broke that Delgado had been fired by Trump.
She also claimed that Sean Spicer sat for a deposition in September in which he repeated the same.
“AND, Sean Spicer just sat for his (disastrous) deposition last month in my case, in which he said, over and over, that I did not get a White House job because of... those December 2016 Twitter posts. @ElonMusk funding this case is your dream. I am your white whale.”
Arlene Delgado, who Uncle Chael Sonnen asserted is actually a fake alias, wrote the book “Hip To Be Square: Why It’s Cool To Be A Conservative” and to be honest, does not look anything like a Cuban Latina. Hmmm, someone who is (possibly) pretending to be a different race and who is, according to Sonnen, using a fake name. Where have we seen that behavior before? AND she was anti-Trump spy, to boot.
Miller is not the first man to have had an affair with Delgado. Delgado had an affair with John de Neufville of the G Investment Group 6 years prior to her affair with Miller. De Neufville eventually obtained a 5-year restraining order against her. ‘
Associate Press (AP) removed their story entitled, “A.J. Delgado ridicules Trump campaign ‘spy’ claims,” and unfortunately, the story is not available on the Internet Archive/Wayback Machine.
“A former senior adviser to President Trump’s campaign ridiculed reports that the FBI had planted an informant in the campaign team. A.J. Delgago, who became notorious during the presidential….”
That is all of the story I could find.
Here is the biography which Ms. Delgado herself wrote and claims to be true:
“A.J. Delgado is a conservative commentator, columnist, attorney, and author, who served as Senior Advisor and as Hispanic Outreach Director, as well as a national TV surrogate, for the Trump/Pence campaign. A.J.'s writings have been published in The American Conservative, National Review, The Miami Herald, The Washington Post, Breitbart, The Daily Caller, Fox News, and various other publications and sites, and she has appeared on multiple radio, online, and cable news shows, including Fox News, MSNBC, CNN, CNN en Espanol, Yahoo!, Al Jazeera, Univision, Telemundo, and NPR. A.J. has been profiled in various outlets, such as Yahoo! News, Daily Caller, and VICE.
A.J. holds a juris doctor from Harvard Law School. Following graduation, she practiced law as a litigator in New York City, representing a variety of Fortune 500 companies. She also holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in history from the University of Florida, from which she graduated summa cum laude with a 4.0 GPA. Her senior thesis refuted the claims of Holocaust deniers and exposed their anti-Semitism.
AJ received widespread praise for her work on the Trump campaign, with the Village Voice hailing her as Trump's "perfect surrogate" and Chris Hayes touting her as Trump's most effective representative on television.
The child of immigrants, AJ grew up in wonderful Little Havana with her father serving 30 years as a Miami-Dade bus driver. A.J. is a native Spanish speaker. In addition to writing and speaking about politics, she enjoys mixed martial arts and working to advance the cause of dog welfare. She is the proud single mother of a son, born 2017, William, and is also mother to four rescue dogs.”
Jason Miller was re-hired by Trump in June of 2020, for those who missed it.
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Sources / Bibliography
Amazon Ebook Hip to Be Square: The Cool Conservative. Amazon Digital Services, 2012. URL.
CBS News Article "Trump 2016 Campaign Staffer Says She Was Punished After Supervisor Got Her Pregnant: Lawsuit." CBS News, November 6, 2023. URL.
Page Six Article "Jason Miller Isn't the First Man to Have a Fling with A. J. Delgado." Page Six, May 28, 2018. URL.
Newsweek Article "Former Trump Campaign Adviser Blasts Obama Spy Claims: 'Embarrassing'." Newsweek, May 23, 2018. URL.
NY Daily News Article "Jason Miller Quits as Newly Named White House Communications Director After Trump Staffer Hints at Sex Scandal." NY Daily News, December 24, 2016. URL.
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