Stephen Miller Appointed To Trump Administration Job – Senior Advisor To President For Policy

Terrific news.  Congratulations Stephen Miller !

(New York, NY) – President-elect Donald J. Trump today announced his selection of Stephen Miller to serve as Assistant to the President and Senior Advisor to the President for Policy.  Miller has served as a key advisor to several members of Congress, including U.S. Senator from Alabama Jeff Sessions, and served in senior leadership roles on both the Senate Budget Committee and Senate Judiciary Committee.

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Miller has been serving as the President-elect’s top advisor on policy since January 2016.  As national policy director, he oversaw the entire policy operation, led the policy development and formulation efforts, and directed strategic policy decisions on a day-to-day basis.  Miller also served throughout as the campaign’s chief speechwriter, and is currently the policy director for the President-elect’s Transition Team.

As Senior Advisor to the President for Policy, Miller will also be responsible for directing White House policy staff, managing speech writing functions, and working to ensure the enactment of the President’s policy agenda.

“Stephen played a central and wide-ranging role in our primary and general election campaign,” said President-Elect Trump. “He is deeply committed to the America First agenda, and understands the policies and actions necessary to put that agenda into effect.  He is a strong advocate for protecting American workers, and will fulfill a crucial role in my Administration as my senior advisor on matters of policy.”

“Stephen Miller is the best person President-elect Donald Trump could have chosen to be his senior advisor for policy,” said U.S. Senator Jeff Sessions. “He has understood the Trump Movement from the beginning and has a unique understanding of the very real and honest concerns of the American people. Stephen’s insight comes from more than his keen political skills and his extraordinary communications and writing talents”.

“These abilities are really founded on an amazingly comprehensive understanding of the key policy issues we face. He thinks broadly and is a master of detail.  He will be an invaluable advisor to President-elect Trump as he faces a wide array of decisions in the months ahead. Stephen can and will, with integrity and loyalty to Mr. Trump and to America, distill vast sums of information in order to provide clear choices and honest advice. In the seven years he served with me, I was constantly amazed at his ability to quickly to absorb and master information. His talents will be so important in the days to come. I am very proud of Stephen for proving himself so well throughout this campaign and very happy that President-elect Trump will continue to have his loyal and proven friend at his side.”

“I am deeply honored for the opportunity to serve the President-elect, and to focus efforts to develop critical policies that serve the national interest.  A Trump administration will focus unremittingly on the safety, security and economic well being of working Americans,” said Miller.  (read more)

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231 Responses to Stephen Miller Appointed To Trump Administration Job – Senior Advisor To President For Policy

  1. Bull Durham says:

    Buttocks are tightening under the Capitol dome and on K Street.
    The RINOs know Miller will rip them a new one if they don’t do the right thing for America and Trump.

    Liked by 24 people

    • James O'Malley says:

      This is great news! I was concerned how we’d get the GOPe to follow Trump, particularly since Ryan explicitly stated that he didn’t want to negotiate on certain issues like immigration.

      We should be vigilant and continue to call and write our reps, but this is also a big and necessary boost to get these people in line.

      Liked by 16 people

      • Okeydoker says:

        Tonight DJTs rally in WI he complimented Ryan about 6 times. The first couple times the crowed booed every time ryan’s name was mentioned! It was great.

        Liked by 9 people

        • skipper1961 says:

          Okeydoker,
          I think it is going to take an “Artful Dealer” like President Trump, to redeem Paul Ryan in the eyes of the citizenry. Remember? “I guess we’ll have to SHOW them how to WIN”!

          Liked by 2 people

        • olderwiser21 says:

          Just watching a replay of this rally and you are so right! They booed and booed! It was great! People have not forgotten Ryan’s traitorous actions and are rightly suspicious of his “supposed” conversion. I, for one, will never trust him. He is the ultimate politician – concerned only for himself at all times…..

          Liked by 6 people

          • skipper1961 says:

            olderwiser21,
            If Ryan opposes Mr. Trump, concern for himself (politically) will probably be paramount.

            Liked by 2 people

          • bob kalle says:

            But that is a good thing, as opposed to an idealogue. If he can be shown that loyalty to the PEDJT will benefit him, we got him. All about behavioral psychology, reward the wanted behavior and punish the unwanted behavior.

            Liked by 4 people

          • A good hunter will draw his prey closer for an effective kill.

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          • chicagotrauma says:

            I was there booing. Ryan sucks and half the people at that rally know it.
            Sadly, some didn’t boo

            Liked by 5 people

            • skipper1961 says:

              chicagotrauma,
              While I understand and relate to your sentiment. I am going to try to trust President Trump’s judgement, and “cajoling” on this one. I am starting to feel embarrassed for Mr. Trump when we cheer “Lock her up!” and boo people, knowing that it will probably get the most airtime on the clinton news network. I knew when Mr. Trump was “walking back” his “Lock her up” stance, that he doesn’t need to PERSONALLY “get in the mud” with these people anymore! He has his “agents of change” to carry out the will of the people. Senator Jeff Beauregard Sessions will guide her (and her walker) to the woodshed in due time. I don’t want to make things any more difficult for President Trump, than they already are. When he needs to garner fresh support for ANYTHING from us, we’ll know.

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          • JMC says:

            I’m sure Ryan also remembers that Paul Nehlen got about 33% of the Republican Primary votes too! I sent Nehlen a couple generous checks, as did many of us.

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      • olderwiser21 says:

        I love Stephen Miller – he was so fantastic on the campaign trail and amazed me the first time I heard him speak with his clear and precise presentation of what Mr. Trump wanted to do as President. I am thrilled with his appointment!!!! Smart, smart guy!!

        Liked by 12 people

        • PreNanny says:

          It was nice to see him develop his public speaking skills, the content was there all along.
          The TRUMP Era will last for decades with men like Stephen Miller on America’s side.

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          • I think Miller was testing language usage to improve his speech-writing skills. Like writing words to a song, the pacing is different from normal conversational speaking. Also, he needed to learn where cheering and applause lines were. DJT knew that already bc of his extensive speaking experience, plus his natural ability.
            BTW, I also think Miller will always be a better writer than a speaker.

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    • tampa2 says:

      Bull, Some are tightening, some expanding…

      Liked by 3 people

  2. hificomp says:

    Great he is a WINNER!!!!

    Liked by 7 people

  3. supertalk says:

    Stephen Miller and Steve Bannon making America Great Again.
    Miller is a rising young political star and could someday be president himself, no question.

    AMERICANS FIRST, MAGA! WIN-WIN-WIN

    Liked by 20 people

    • skipper1961 says:

      supertalk,
      Please don’t forget Jared Kushner. Yeah, think about it, the folks President Trump has “on his six”, could possibly have the burden, responsibility, and greatness, to succeed him in glorious history! IMO Steve Bannon will probably never receive due credit for his vision, dedication, and GENIUS. President Donald J. Trump is like an electromagnet for talent and gravitas.

      Liked by 7 people

      • PreNanny says:

        Can we please retire the role of relative who tries to cash in?

        Liked by 1 person

        • cmscarpa says:

          I don’t think he’s short of cash.

          Liked by 2 people

          • Love Mr. Kushner, but America doesn’t do dynasties.

            Liked by 1 person

            • skipper1961 says:

              IfO,
              In my small, small world (20 yrs.) of trade union association, I have observed both sides of the “nepotism” ( a root of a dynasty, no?) coin toss come to fruition. I have seen the indulgence of an entitled, lazy, arrogant (and often unskilled and unqualified) next generation of a stage hand family, that resulted in resentment, complacency, jadedness, and even danger!
              On the other side of the coin, I have seen a proud, skilled, diligent, and honorable generation of a stage hand family dutifully guide,mentor,train, and mold the next, appreciative, intelligent, driven, and humble generation of tradesmen (and women). I have for many years understood, that was one of the most effective, traditional, and least expensive methods to not only continuing a trade and industry, but prepare the upcoming “apprentices” (no pun intended) for a meaningful productive life.
              I don’t believe dynasties hold water in a meritocracy. But, I could be wrong……

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            • True, but merit is always worthy of consideration.

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      • filia.aurea says:

        Probably P.E. Trump’s greatest leadership asset, “President Donald J. Trump is like an electromagnet for talent and gravitas”.

        Liked by 1 person

        • skipper1961 says:

          filia.aurea,
          Even the most vaunted, celebrated (and often contrary and petty) CANNOT RESIST his orbit! Our President Trump seems an undeniable, natural force. i.e. A leader of leaders.

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          • filia.aurea says:

            That’s for sure, an overpowering magnetic force – with a rollicking sense of humor. It appears he’s like a good wine, improves with age. A rare breed, a great mind. Reminds me of Scalia in many ways.

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    • Love these guys.
      I am hoping they can get Trump to understand Choice/Charter is really a Chinese commie model and get him to reform all public schools by peeling back the last several layers of totalitarian legislation. If they get away with School Choice this is the final piece desired by Carnegie -unelected school boards and corporate-Chambers of Commerce, NGO’s, think tanks..etc nationwide commandeering the school boards,Parents get edged out. Schools become TRAINING centers for the global economy. Not the American Way.
      Education researcher, Debbie Niwa of Arizona, shared the following
      with the author:
      “School choice” furthers the reforms envisioned a century ago by peddlers
      of progressive education. Through school choice—or more accurately “controlled
      choice”—progressive reforms are cleverly marketed as special programs
      to targeted groups. Programs can be implemented as magnet themes,
      smaller learning communities, and charter schools, to name a few.
      On the surface, the programs may appear to differ, but internally they
      share similar non-academic (affective) goals and Marxist education theory
      and praxis. Specifically, a focus on values, attitudes, and feelings—is categorized
      under the “affective domain.” These non-academic issues are referred
      to today by a host of labels: workplace skills, soft skills, skills for the 21st
      century, or profile of a global citizen among others.
      School choice options that have gained promotional traction claim to
      deliver a global or multicultural dimension to education (with a socialist
      twist!). UNESCO-connected11 International Baccalaureate (IB) programs
      are a popular venue; likewise various culture-oriented “studies” based on
      ethnicity, gender, sexual orientation, etc.
      The 1985 booklet entitled Back to Basics… or OBE Skinnerian International
      Curriculum12 describes the central goals of global/international/multicultural
      (socialist) education. Today, most, if not all the issues covered in Back
      to Basics Reform are concentrated in International Baccalaureate programs.
      As of August 2011, nearly 3,300 IB programs are authorized globally with
      more than 1,300 in use in the United States where the vast majority exist
      in public schools. Thus, taxpayers at the local, state, and federal level are
      paying for the many extra costs incurred by IB. Yet, in general there is very
      little public notification.
      In the globalist paradigm, there must be deconstruction of the appreciation
      for national heritage, allegiance, governance and traditional social norms.
      Various forms of “critical theory”—delivered under the guise of “critical
      thinking”—are increasingly used in the classroom to achieve these ends.

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      • TJ Watts says:

        I agree the term “choice” has been co-opted by the Chamber of Commerce crowd. The key is getting the Federal Gov out of schools and returning control to locally elected school boards and parents. I do think kids trapped in failing schools or in rough situations would benefit from a voucher type program which allowed them to attend private, Christian schools. A Christian education delivered in a safe, loving environment would go a long way to turning around young lives. The key would be the money following the student, but not the regulatory oversight. Accountability is important. It is a monumental task to totally reform education, but it is critical. As a homeschooler who pays taxes to support our public schools, I would appreciate a tax break on my out of pocket costs. I’m sure many parents of private school students would appreciate a tax deduction as well. I would love to hear Stephen Miller’s opinions on education. I know he is a Duke grad so he got an excellent education.

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      • Also, especially in urban areas, and at the elementary level: bussing for school choice destroys neighborhoods and community. (And often the poorest neighborhoods suffer the most) Make all our schools responsive to the needs of their immediate neighborhoods, let kids walk to school together under the proprietary eyes of families and neighbors .Nowadays so many kids and parents don’t even know the kids living next to them, and the PTA is withering because it is a big chore to drive across the city just for an hour or two

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      • illuvatar11 says:

        Trump’s platform is for direct funding of students to be allocated as the parents desire, for either homeschool, charter, government or private schools.
        How does that system of choice relate to outcome based ed issues, etc.?
        There is no correlation.

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    • Beenthere says:

      I agree about Steve Miller but 1st I would like for him to have a real job outside of government before he takes that serious step.

      Liked by 1 person

  4. james23 says:

    This young man is a major talent, consistently one of the best in Trump’s campaign from the beginning. I’m very very happy Trump will have his services for the next several years.

    Liked by 12 people

    • skipper1961 says:

      james23,
      Mr. Miller’s gift for speech writing is just stellar. Probably indicative of his foreign policy potential, along with Jared Kusner I remember Mr. Trump letting it slip (?) during that interview with “wallass the impudent” something about PEACE IN THE MIDDLE EAST! (huh? wah?) If they accomplish any semblance of that, the fabian socialists will be vanquished.

      Liked by 6 people

      • tampa2 says:

        Skipper, the Fabian Socialists are nearly vanquished but don’t realize it (yet)! The EU is dead. Like Hillary, their arrogance consumes them without merit!

        Liked by 2 people

        • skipper1961 says:

          Tampa2,
          Are you coming to the Orlando rally? If you want to come up here tomorrow (night?), and have a place to stay, that is closer to the Fairgrounds, we have a couple of spare bedrooms.

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        • Benson II says:

          The Marxist socialist are very far from being vanquished. They still own America’s institutions and the droning brainwashing is still in full swing. Trump will have his hands full to overflowing bringing the Federal institutions into compliance it’s up to us to start the takeover at the grassroots level and our schools and universities should top the list. Just like the hippy socialist have taken over at present day we’re going to have a flood of the simpering crybaby socialist generation to contend with in the future. We’d better get busy teaching the present young generation the truth so there’s someone to hold onto our country.

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          • Good notions, Benson II, but don’t forget the generation of home schooled kids coming up. They’ve always been under the radar, but judging by my experience plus that of the some of our Treepers here, I suspect the coming cohort is going to be YUGELY influential and important.

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    • Donald says:

      Yes, James23.
      Any one with an ounce of sense should recognize that Stephen Miller’s speeches were ‘minor miracles,’ as well as masterpieces in their own right, using simple yet eloquent language to clarify political concepts that, prior to his arrival, were not well understood by many, including some of us.
      Kudos to Jeff Sessions for having initially recognized his talent!

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  5. progpoker says:

    Winning is one of the few things in life best practiced without moderation!!

    I am adjusting President Trump!! Congratulations Stephen Miller!!

    #MAGA

    Liked by 9 people

  6. Chuck Finley says:

    I don’t know. I want to be happy about this but I am pretty sure Trump has thrown in with the elites and will increase immigration by 6000% and push full blown amnesty. I mean… did you hear what his Secretary of Labor said that one time?????

    /s

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  7. flova says:

    Great news. Miller’s the man!

    Liked by 2 people

  8. spindlitis says:

    So happy for Mr. Miller. He did a great job during the campaign. I’m sure he’ll continue to do good work in the adminstration.

    Liked by 6 people

  9. fred5678 says:

    I bet Miller wrote THIS in January 2015:

    http://www.breitbart.com/big-government/2015/01/12/jeff-sessions-defines-republican-position-on-immigration-in-25-page-roadmap-document/

    Miller was lead staff on immigration, etc.The Trump campaign was literally Miller’s campaign!!

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  10. Marygrace Powers says:

    Congrats Miller/You are a TRUE PATRIOT/
    on board with Trump since the beginning/MAGA🇺🇸

    Liked by 12 people

  11. joanfoster says:

    I’m going to bed, winning is making me tired.

    Liked by 10 people

  12. jeans2nd says:

    Former Senator Sessions staffer and Trump speech writer the brilliant Stephen Miller was appointed as assistant and Senior Advisor to Donald Trump today.
    http://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2016/12/good-news-brilliant-freedom-fighter-stephen-miller-selected-assistant-sr-advisor-trump/

    “Miller is providing the intellectual architecture for an insurgency against the Republican party…”
    http://www.politico.com/magazine/story/2016/06/stephen-miller-donald-trump-2016-policy-adviser-jeff-sessions-213992

    Apologies. Thx 4 understanding. Stephen Miller is a gift, as are all of the Trump people. What a team!

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  13. winning ticket says:

    Stephen Miller is always the smartest guy in the room. I have seen him destroy anyone who tried to argue with him. This is the best news yet!!!

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  14. It’s Miller time…Merry Christmas 🎄 Mr. Miller and to all a good night!!

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  15. Toronto Tonto says:

    Good for him! Miller’s a bright young man.

    Liked by 2 people

  16. anarchist335 says:

    Steve was great on the campaign trail! He did a great job getting the crowd fired up. Good on you Steve!

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  17. Auntie Lib says:

    And in another brilliant move, PE Trump is nominating Congressman Ryan Zinke (American Commander) of Montana as Secretary of the Interior. In addition to being a perfectly awesome choice for this job, Ryan is an incredible person. The nation will be very well-served in this important position.

    In other news – us political junkies in Montana are about to overdose on campaigns – we’ll have a special election to replace Zinke coming up this Spring.

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  18. smartyjones1 says:

    Mr. Miller, a big and hearty congratulations! Your fine efforts were “heard” loud and clear. It was beautiful to hear on so many levels. As an American, it was the finest Mozart, the best Jazz ballad by a Miles Davis, the sweetest sound in Americana.

    The false song of globalism is finally thrown down and as a fellow American, please accept our humble thanks and gratitude. What is Sen. Sessions loss is the nation’s gain.

    Godspeed sir.

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  19. Frankly Ben says:

    Hey, Sundance, you wouldn’t be Steve Miller by any chance, would ya?

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  20. Sherlock says:

    Fantastic pick, one everyone here can wholeheartedly applaud. Fantastic speechwriter throughout the campaign, and comes with the highest recommendation from the best man in the US Senate, Jeff Sessions, our soon-to-be AG.
    GO TRUMP!!

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  21. PatriotKate says:

    He is one of the most gifted and brilliant aids to PE Trump. I never doubted he was going to play a huge role.

    He is YOUNG! So many wonderful years ahead and, yes, quite likely a candidate himself one day. President Trump will have lots of apprentices he mentors to carry on.

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  22. rivercity says:

    MILLER TIME! – Hooray – love him.

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  23. julegate says:

    Congratulations!! The heat and soul of The Movement as far as I’m concerned.
    He brought into focus Mr Trump’s message.

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  24. Keln says:

    Very happy to see this is official even though it was likely inevitable. Whatever our movement is, Miller is the “prophet” of it. He conceptually understands America First and what it takes to MAGA. That Trump made the move to recognize this and make him his senior policy advisor is yet another example that Trump is a “true believer”.

    The real winning lately is that Trump is consistently moving toward making all of his campaign promises reality. That should have everyone excited.

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    • Donald says:

      Keln, very-well stated!
      Indeed, evertime I hear somebody prattling on about ‘establishment types’ in key roles in Trump’s future dministration, a little verse to a song always pops into my head: ‘he’s got the whole world in his hands, he’s got the whole world in his hands ….’
      Yes, America! This is going to be the New Deal all over again, but this time with a SHARP RIGHT TURN!

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  25. MaineCoon says:

    Congrats Mr. Miller. Loved you at the rallies. Inspiration to the people.

    You are a great talent and rightfully honored to serve in President Trump’s administration.

    Thank you for your service. We are greatful for your service.

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  26. Marica says:

    WOW JUST WOW! I Stephen Miller is replacing Valarie Jarrett! That’s like replacing a cubic zirconia with a diamond.. or …

    Liked by 9 people

  27. wodiej says:

    I loved his talks before Trump came out at a rally. Glad we’ll be seeing him more.

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  28. Lucille says:

    Funny, but the ongoing list I’ve been filling in as announcements come up already had Stephen Miller for policy advisor…prescient? Hahahaha!

    Now we’ve only got the following (corrections appreciated):
    Agriculture Secretary
    Health Assistant Secretary
    Office of Management and Budget Director
    Press Secretary
    Surgeon General
    Trade Representative
    Veterans Affairs Secretary

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  29. KBR says:

    Stephen Miller has been on the Trump Train in his thinking for a long time!

    Article from when he was 17 years old:
    http://archive.frontpagemag.com/readArticle.aspx?ARTID=17409

    Articles from when he was at Duke University:
    http://www.dukechronicle.com/staff/stephen-miller

    Congratulations, Stephen Miller! You are still following your own conscience!

    It happens to fit perfectly well with that of President Elect Trump’s! Some things are meant to be!

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  30. David says:

    You realize that Mr. Miller is a genius? He wrote most of the amazing speeches that helped Trump win the elections.

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    • Marygrace Powers says:

      Right David/definitely a genius/Trump shaping things up
      with some truly smart/tough/ appointments/

      “After graduating college, Miller worked as a press secretary for Congresswoman Michele Bachmann and Congressman John Shadegg, both members of the Republican Party.[9] Miller started working for Alabama Senator Jeff Sessions in 2009,[9] rising to the position of communications director.[4] In the 113th Congress, Miller played a major role in defeating the Gang of Eight’s proposed immigration reform bill.[4][9] Miller and Sessions developed what Miller describes as “nation-state populism,” a response to globalization and immigration that would strongly influence Donald Trump’s 2016 campaign.[4] Miller also worked on Dave Brat’s successful 2014 House campaign, which unseated Republican Majority Leader Eric Cantor.[4]

      In January 2016, Miller joined Donald Trump’s 2016 campaign for president, serving as a senior policy adviser.[9] Starting in March 2016, Miller frequently spoke on behalf of the Trump campaign, serving as a “warm-up act” for Trump.[4] Miller wrote the speech Trump gave at the 2016 Republican National Convention.[6] In August 2016, Miller was named as the head of Trump’s economic policy team.[10]

      In November 2016, he was named national policy director of Trump’s transition team.[11]”

      https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stephen_Miller_(political_operative)

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    • olderwiser21 says:

      “The false song of globalism” – Did Miller write these words? That was one of the most beautiful speeches I have ever heard and those words cemented themselves in my brain forever. Such a powerful description……

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      • Marygrace Powers says:

        Donald Trump Rejects ‘False Song of Globalism’ in Nationalist ‘America First’ Foreign Policy Speech/

        “Finally, we must develop a foreign policy based on American interests,” Trump added. “No country has ever prospered that failed to put its own interests first. Both our friends and enemies put their countries above ours and we, while being fair to them, must do the same.”

        “We will no longer surrender this country, or its people, to the false song of globalism,” the billionaire stressed. “Under a Trump Administration, no American citizen will ever again feel that their needs come second to the citizens of foreign countries.”/

        https://www.donaldjtrump.com/press-releases/donald-j.-trump-foreign-policy-speech

        Agree olderwiser/ if not Stephen Miller it was Bannon/
        Trump brought ‘globalism’ out of the closet that day/

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  31. History teaches says:

    Trump is a tremendous talent scout, mentor, judge of character. As he is proving every day. If he had seriously taken up the challenge he could have been a championship quality sports GM.

    Miller is the type of talent needed beyond the Trump years. Right now Trump needs the best available mature, experienced and savvy people around him, regardless of age. Transformation is priority one and needed immediately. But after the first Trump administration starts rolling and winning, the legacy must be sustained and expanded.

    There will be many up and coming younger conservatives emerging from various institutions and fields of endeavor who will be inspired by the Trump revolution. Once Trump proves that merit and talent are more important than crony connections I would expect to see a surge of smart, confident achievers filtering into the political world. Trump is breaking down the barriers of political correctness and the closed world of insider politics. The torch of the American Dream will be passed on in new and exciting ways.

    We saw a shadow of that potential from the Democratic side when Kennedy invigorated a younger generation of those entering public office. Trump will provide a similar impetus, but coming from a very different perspective.

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  32. We owe Senator Sessions a YUGE debt of gratitude for advanacing Stephen Miller to serve President Trump (and sacrificing to give up such a terrific talent).

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  33. They call him Stephen “Red Pill” Miller for the truth bombs he repeatedly dropped at rallies during the campaign

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  34. Bull Durham says:

    Russia is watching closely the circle building around their “puppet” DJT.
    Here’s another of their “plants”. Stephen Miller, born Millerovsky.
    I know because the CIA told me so.

    Actually, ria novosti is an important Russian news source. That they think a lot of Miller is what we think—he’s good and able and will help Trump. This is from their front page lead, translated to English by Yandex Browser.

    https://ria.ru/us_elections2016/20161214/1483543021.html

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  35. KitKat says:

    The Berlin wall coming down has been wasted on these bozos.

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    • KitKat says:

      oops, pardonez moi, I posted this in the wrong thread 😉

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    • Major Styles says:

      Exactly. Meanwhile, two of Arthur Miller’s books are taught nationwide in American high schools (The Crucible and Death of a Salesman). One teaches you to hate the white Puritans, while the other teaches you to hate the 1950s traditional family. Miller’s communism is required reading for the younger generation, and has been for quite some time. He was rightfully called out for his traitorous actions during the “red scare.”

      We need to do a re-examination of the traitorous forces that are within our walls – not outside them.

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      • John Ross says:

        The works of Arthur Miller that you cited are PLAYS, not books, and yes, both were performed at my high school over 40 years ago.

        No one I know thought The Crucible taught us “to hate the white Puritans,” as you put it. We viewed it as a cautionary tale illustrating the dangers of mob mentality, which can manifest itself with surprising speed within virtually any group.

        As to Death of a Salesman, I played the lead, Willy Loman. To this day, I occasionally have nightmares that I’m suddenly about to go on stage for an encore performance of the play, and I haven’t reviewed my 600+ lines in the 40 years since I last performed it…

        In any event, neither I nor anyone I knew thought DOS was trying to teach us “to hate the 1950s traditional family.” We saw it as an Everyman tragedy, where a handful of seemingly small mistakes or instances of poor judgment by ordinary people could culminate in devastatingly negative long term results.

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  36. redsequin4 says:

    Love this guy, he was Chief of Staff for Jeff Sessions. He’s a real immigration hawk, just like his old boss and new boss 🙂

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  37. WesternPA says:

    During Stephen’s speech during PE Trump’s rally a couple of months ago in Johnstown PA, he told the large crowd that although he was from California, when he was a child, he spent his summers living with his grandparents here in Johnstown. He told the crowd how much he enjoyed his summers and had wonderful memories from his time here. Perhaps him spending his summers where we’ve been told we “cling to our guns and religion” had an effect on the young man.

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  38. Sayit2016 says:

    Steve Miller is from my home state CALIFORNIA— see some good things come out of California ; )

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    • KBR says:

      And Mr. MIller is a Duke University graduate! That is a NORTH CAROLINA University!
      So NC can claim him too!

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    • skipper1961 says:

      Sayit2016,
      I have many friends and business associates from California. One of them earned the neighborhood nickname of “Minuteman”. There are many, many CITIZENS like you, who are in great need for Mr. Trump’s policies and initiatives. If ever there was a ONE (human) who can affect a restoration of The Republic of California, I’m sure it is Donald John Trump! Stay the course. Folks like you will be needed to help. Merry Christmas

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  39. Catherine says:

    Congrats Stephen. It’s Miller time. So happy with this-definitely a favorite. What a lineup we are witnessing. I’m missing a place for Sheriff Clarke though. Winning is everything!!!

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  40. after trumps speech,i looked forward to his speech during the pre election
    rallies

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  41. Digleigh says:

    You were so great during the campaign, and such a hard worker!! Congratulations!!!!

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  42. fedback says:

    ‘False song of globalism’. One of the highlights of the election. A truly inspired phrase.
    Stephen Miller is one of the best orators around. And unlike some good orators he also has great substance.
    Knowing that we will have Stephen Miller at Trump’s side is great news

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  43. Totally Domestic says:

    Stephen Miller YES YES YES!!!!!

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  44. Beenthere says:

    Mazel Tov to Steve Miller.

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  45. maga2016 says:

    He has been great during the campaign. His speeches were really good.

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    • The Boss says:

      The way he pronounced “Hillary Clinton” during rally warm-up speeches was nothing short of cutting and disdainful. And I loved it!

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  46. Chris says:

    More WINNING !!!

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  47. SSI01 says:

    Does this make him, and the people working for and with him, the “Steve Miller Band?”

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