Milo Yiannopoulos Sorry, Haters ... I Have a Plan to Stay in the U.S.

2/24/2017 1:00 AM PST

Milo Yiannopoulos Has Bad News for Haters, He's Staying in the U.S.A.

EXCLUSIVE

When Milo Yiannopoulos quit Breitbart News the clock started ticking on his employment visa, but sadly, for his millions of haters ... he's already figured out a way to stay in America.

Milo is here under an O-1 visa for "aliens of extraordinary ability" -- his being journalism, we're guessing -- but without a U.S. employer to sponsor him, he'd be deported in 60 days. Sources in Milo's camp tell us he's not sweating deportation, because he's lined up a new sponsor.

We're told the people behind a secret new media venture Milo will be working with have agreed in principle to file the necessary paperwork. It's not a done deal yet, but as usual ... Milo's cocky confident he'll close the deal.

On the heels of taking multiple L's -- resigning from his senior editor gig at Breitbart, losing a book deal and a national speaking role -- Milo's trying to bounce back by releasing his book through a new publisher.

Long story short -- we're most likely stuck with him, America.