Archiv: Stephen Miller


17.11.2019 - 03:13 [ Evan Rosenfeld, Social Media Editor @NBCNews/@MSNBC / Twitter ]

“If we have a white nationalist at the helm of US immigration policy, policy will become increasingly more fascistic,” @AOC tells @chrislhayes. “So long as Stephen Miller is in charge… hundreds of thousands of people’s lives are going to be in danger.“

01.06.2019 - 08:39 [ Cas Mudde / Twitter ]

Stephen Miller is 100 times more important than Steve Bannon (ever was), yet Steve Bannon gets 100 times more media attention than Stephen Miller. The explanation? Bannon approaches the media, Miller does not. Lazy journalism has political consequences!

01.06.2019 - 08:36 [ Washington Post ]

Before Trump’s purge at DHS, top officials challenged plan for mass family arrests

(13.05.2019)

Senior Trump adviser Stephen Miller and ICE Deputy Director Matthew Albence were especially supportive of the plan, officials said, eager to execute dramatic, highly visible mass arrests that they argued would help deter the soaring influx of families.

01.06.2019 - 08:32 [ Washington Post ]

Trump defies close advisers in deciding to threaten Mexico with disruptive tariffs

The arguments against the tariffs — voiced internally by Kushner, Lighthizer and Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin — did little to dissuade Trump, and Kushner was asked to call Mexican officials to inform them of the impending threat.

After the Wednesday night meeting in the Oval Office, the tariff order was finalized by the White House counsel and the office of Stephen Miller, a senior White House adviser and immigration hard-liner who oversees domestic policy.

22.06.2018 - 14:01 [ Haaretz ]

Trump Adviser Rips Into Stephen Miller: ‚He’s Waffen-SS‘

Stephen Miller, the 32-year-old White House adviser, has ignited a political firestorm in the United States as the Trump administration’s immigration policy of separating migrant children from their parents and detentions in cages is putting pressure on the nation.

Miller himself is reportedly happy with how things are going, which led one fellow staffer to equate his behavior to that of the Nazi SS, Vanity Fair reported Wednesday.