We continue on the journey of asking ourselves what kind of country we want to be, as impeachment hearings continue to build the strongest case imaginable against Donald Trump, and his administration continues to do horrible things to the extensive list of people it considers “other.”
Donald Trump seems to have a very unusual relationship with White House Adviser Stephen Miller, who has been accused of white supremacism.
In fact, the president is now relying on the 33 year-old immigration hardliner more and more every day. Miller was reportedly behind the recent purge of the Department of Homeland Security, including the firing of DHS Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen.
Donald Trump has spent the last few days engaged in one of his favorite activities: firing people. And the net result is that he has decimated the Department of Homeland Security.
The president seems to be in a controlled rage, having now let go DHS Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen, U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) director Lee Cissna, Undersecretary for Management Claire Grady, and General Counsel John Mitnick. And on top of that he also got rid of the highly respected Secret Service director, Randolph “Tex” Alles.
Fox News host Chris Wallace on Sunday challenged right-wing White House aide Stephen Miller about the need for a wall on the southern U.S. border. He also confronted Miller about the lies he tells about immigration and drugs.
Yesterday the uncle of White House adviser Stephen Miller said his nephew and President Donald Trump are using Nazi-style tactics to “dehumanize immigrants and minorities.”
Dr. David Glosser denounced his nephew and the president as hypocritical bigots in an essay for POLITICO, describing how the families of both Miller and Trump had benefited from immigration policies they want to end.
Presidential adviser Stephen Miller, the most hard-line advocate for stricter immigration laws in the Trump administration, was with the president at a campaign rally in South Carolina last night. While he was gone a group of demonstrators went to his Washington home anyway to make their feelings known about his right-wing immigration policies.
The moment that CNN's Jake Tapper decided that he wasn't going to let Trump adviser Stephen Miller not answer questions and spew propaganda for an audience of one man in the Oval Office was a turning point in how the media covers Trump and his White House.
Donald Trump may be out of the country, but the Russia investigation is boiling hot after White House senior policy adviser Stephen Miller was interviewed by Special Counsel Robert Mueller.
Things went way off the rails as the Trump White House trotted out Stephen Miller to push for the xenophobic RAISE Act that Trump endorsed today. When asked by a reporter for proof of some his claims on the impact of immigration on low wage labor, Miller blew up, called the proposal common sense, and offered zero proof.
"[Stephen] Miller’s language about 'judicial supremacy' comes straight from the mouths of Religious Right leaders" who view "federal courts as obstacles"
"He can, and should, be appropriately denounced for his ignorance, incompetence, impulsivity and pursuit of dictatorial powers."
PolitiFact concluded that "there is no evidence this occurs, and Republicans and Democrats in New Hampshire say it does not."
"Steve Miller works 18 hour days serving the country and the @POTUS What do you do? Basically talk to yourself & @morningmika Nobody watches!"
"John Marshall settled that question in 1803. This is Mr. Trump meet Mr. Madison. Division of powers, independent judiciary, fundamental principals of our Constitution."
“(They are) questioned, my young, little Miller. They will be questioned by the court — it’s called judicial review.”
Perhaps there is someone left in the world who isn't aware of Donald Trump's troubling relationship with the Constitution. If so, this is for you.
George Stephanopoulos's destruction of Trump Senior Adviser Stephen Miller's voter fraud lie is proof that the press is going fight Trump's baseless falsehoods to the American people.
It was an avalanche of robotic talking points and lies for Trump policy advisor Stephen Miller this Sunday, solidifying that he is in the right administration for his ethics and integrity. Miller earned praise from Trump for this performance.