Laura Ingraham Interviews Stephen Miller…

Fox News host Laura Ingraham interviews President Trump Senior Policy Adviser Stephen Miller:

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74 Responses to Laura Ingraham Interviews Stephen Miller…

  1. WSB says:

    Stephen is fabulous. POTUS in 2024!!!!!!

    Liked by 15 people

    • Jedi9 says:

      Agree! The key phrase and message to the RINO establishment: “Working Class and not the investment Class that we are going to keep working hard for!”

      Liked by 5 people

  2. neilmdunn says:

    I hope at some point Stephen Miller is a candidate for the House or Senate.

    Liked by 7 people

  3. Calm down. Great interview!

    Liked by 4 people

  4. Tonawanda says:

    These two people are attracted to each other!

    Miller for president in the right year, Laura for first lady!

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  5. Xroads says:

    Stevie “guitar” Miller! Oops, wrong one. One is a great song writer, the other, a great patriot & speech writer. I’ll take the latter every time.

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  6. fleporeblog says:

    I guess CNN was scared to death from the Gallup Poll yesterday!

    Folks this tells the TRUE story! Every BS approval poll is such a disgrace. We all know it here at CTH but the majority of Americans don’t. I am so happy that our President has been tweeting his numbers every single day for the past week. What makes these numbers from the Gallup poll so AWESOME is that it is based on the current reality for small business owners versus future expectations. That is not the norm when it comes to this poll.

    http://www.gallup.com/poll/215048/small-business-owners-optimism-highest-years.aspx?g_source=ECONOMY&g_medium=topic&g_campaign=tiles

    Folks we aren’t just winning but actually kicking ass and taking names! This is truly incredible! A gift from God!

    From the article linked above:

    Small business owners are more positive about the future than about their current circumstances, a pattern that has generally been the case historically. But, the overall increase in the index this quarter is mainly the result of an uptick in present situation ratings, rather than expectations about the future. The present situation score rose from +36 in the second quarter to +45 in the third quarter, while the future expectations score this quarter remained essentially constant — +61 compared to +59 last quarter. Both of these measures are as high as they have been since 2007.

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    • fangdog says:

      I get a kick out of who say, “Trump is losing supporters”. Who pray tell me, to whom is Trump losing supporters?….Maxine Waters? Nancy Pelosi? Charles Schumer? Paul Ryan? Mitch McConnell? John McCain?

      I can go on and on and the truth is Trump is not losing any supporters. In fact, Trump gains supporters each and everyday. Even an occasional Libtard now and then. Lol

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    • jefcool64 says:

      There should be a poll about whether Americans believe in polls.
      My money is an overwhelming no. Hence you never see that poll.

      Liked by 8 people

    • Xroads says:

      But, but, Obama left him this economy… /Sarcasm, please don’t kill me. I didn’t really mean it!

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      • fred2w says:

        Sadly, some believe this Fake News. My aunt’s godson parroted this nonsense when I got into an economic debate with him a few weeks ago.

        The guy was always pretty liberal, but he’s been really gaslighted by Fake News to believe “Obama Good, Trump Pure Evil”.

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    • Guy-Blanc Déploré says:

      Nailed it, fle! This small business poll would never show such good results if the country were really as negative about the President as the faked polls indicate.

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  7. Hoosier_friend? says:

    Uplift the working class and not the investor class. We’ve been reduced to working class stiffs for so long now that it’s just nice to hear that they’re (Trump admin) is looking out for us.

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  8. 4sure says:

    Laura needs to just slow down and quit interrupting so much. Miller is great when he can complete a sentence w/o being interrupted.

    Liked by 12 people

  9. Landslide says:

    Love seeing him on my TV—more, please! Hubby said Stephen’s going to be interviewed tomorrow on Brian Kilmeade’s radio show. Anyone know about that?

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  10. wheatietoo says:

    Stephen Miller was born already speaking in complete sentences…and with the vocabulary of a high school senior.

    When Stephen Miller walked down the hall in school, the crowd of kids would part like the Red Sea, and watch him in awe…and avoid eye contact, to avoid his withering gaze.

    The way to clear the WH press room…is to announce that Stephen Miller will be making an appearance to take their question.

    At 31 years old, Stephen Miller is already 427 years old in normal human years.

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  11. fleporeblog says:

    Democrats are scared out of their minds as well as the Uniparty Republicans that voted in favor of the Gang of 8 Amnesty Bill (Roger Wisker, Lamar Alexander, Susan Collins, Bob Corker, Jeff Flake, Lindsey Graham, Orrin Hatch, Dean Heller, John Hoeven, John McCain, Lisa Murkowski and Marco Rubio)! DACA will be disappearing after AG Paxton from TX and ten other AGs go back to court as promised. They have given the WH until September 5th to get rid of DACA before they take matters into their own hands.

    https://www.washingtonpost.com/local/social-issues/dhss-kelly-tells-hispanic-caucus-daca-might-not-survive-court-challenge/2017/07/12/b1f19686-672b-11e7-9928-22d00a47778f_story.html?tid=a_inl&utm_term=.8499e6d4dce9

    From the article linked above:

    Homeland Security Secretary John F. Kelly told the Congressional Hispanic Caucus in a closed-door meeting Wednesday that an initiative that grants work permits to nearly 800,000 undocumented immigrants may not survive a looming legal challenge.

    Kelly’s meeting with the caucus came nearly two weeks after officials from 11 states warned Attorney General Jeff Sessions they would sue the federal government if it does not rescind President Barack Obama’s Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program by Sept. 5.

    Members of the Hispanic caucus said they urged Kelly to support bipartisan legislation known as the Bridge Act that would effectively preserve the DACA program. But they expressed skepticism that the Republican-controlled Congress would pass any law to spare undocumented immigrants from deportation — or that the Trump administration would defend DACA in court.

    Jeff Sessions is going to say, ‘Deport them,’ ” a visibly shaken Rep. Luis V. Gutiérrez (D-Ill.) said in English and Spanish, noting that the attorney general had been a fierce opponent of illegal immigration as a senator from Alabama. “If you’re going to count on Jeff Sessions to save DACA, then DACA is ended.”

    Uniparty Republican Lindsey Graham of SC and Democrat Dick Durbin of IL brought back to life the DREAM Act recently. There is no way in hell that the Uniparty will ever try to get this BS Bill passed through either the House or Senate.

    https://www.washingtonpost.com/local/immigration/durbin-graham-file-dream-act-hoping-to-ward-off-legal-challenge-to-daca/2017/07/20/19ade326-6cd4-11e7-b9e2-2056e768a7e5_story.html?utm_term=.ebd9cac0009a

    From the article linked above:

    Hoping to fend off a legal challenge to a program that has spared nearly 800,000 young immigrants from deportation, two veteran senators made a long-shot appeal to President Trump on Thursday to support legislation that would put those immigrants and thousands of others on a path to U.S. citizenship.

    “What I’d like to do is a comprehensive immigration plan,” Trump said. “But our country and political forces are not ready yet.”

    White House officials signaled this week that the president will not support the Dream Act. “I think that the administration has opposed the Dream Act and likely will be consistent on that,” said Marc Short, the president’s legislative affairs director.

    John McCain in his last few days want to bring the Gang of 8 Amnesty Bill up for a vote and thinks they can do it even with a Presidential veto. The moron doesn’t realize that he is dying and no one will fight for that garbage that plans to be alive and wants a political future.

    http://www.breitbart.com/big-government/2017/08/03/mccain-wants-congress-to-pass-gang-of-eight-amnest-bill/

    From the article linked above:

    Sen. John McCain (R-AZ) wants Congress to pass the Gang of Eight’s comprehensive amnesty bill when he returns to the Senate after getting treatments for brain cancer.

    However, if our President decided to go all in, he could say that he would support the DREAM Act as long as the following conditions are met:

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    • fleporeblog says:

      Continued from above:

      RAISE Act is part of the legislation
      Kate’s Law is part of the legislation
      Sanctuary Cities Law is part of the legislation
      Wall Funding for the entire completion of the project is part of the legislation

      Democrats can claim their victory for the DACA illegals and have cover for agreeing to everything else! Same is true for the Uniparty Republicans.

      http://www.nationalreview.com/corner/450110/cotton-perdues-raise-act-can-it-pass

      From the article linked above:

      The fear that the work permits of 800,000 illegal-alien DREAMers would be allowed to expire without renewal has prompted Senators Lindsey Graham and Dick Durbin to reintroduce the DREAM Act. On its own, the bill’s chances of passage are little better than the RAISE Act’s.

      But if the supporters of the DREAM Act are scared enough, they might be willing to deal. A package that includes DREAM, RAISE, and enforcement measures to prevent future DREAMer populations from forming, might actually have a chance. I wouldn’t bet my house on it, but it’s not crazy.

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    • linda7780 says:

      I can’t speak for the rest of the country but, here in the south, farmers are totally dependent on workers brought in from Mexico. My husband and I were in agriculture and as hard as we tried, we could not get dependable workers here in the US to work in the field and hot sun, especially after Medicaid came along. Why work when you get free money? That is the attitude.
      The problem as of late is, the workers who came in on green cards had a “crew boss” who would bring in his crew. We had to pay him who, by the way, drove brand new trucks and looked like Mr. T. loaded down with gold around his neck and hands. He paid his crew very minimal wages. They would sneak their children in who were not supposed to be here and could not work but would have to stay obscure. Now, tell me what you think they would do while Mama and Daddy were at work with nothing but time on their hands? I am quite sure most of you know. I spoke with one of the women who was in turmoil because her son kept getting in trouble. Yet, she blamed the gov’t for not allowing him legal status.
      Now, they are getting wise from others who are on welfare about how to milk the system. Our laws HAVE to be fixed and if people really and truly want a job who are citizens, they have to take jobs that they can get, even though it is not easy work. Life is hard but, eating keeps you alive. I am seeing farming here going towards more types of industrialized farming (wheat, corn, etc.) but very little actual food production for family consumption.

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  12. citizen817 says:

    From January 19th, day before Inauguration.

    The rise of Stephen Miller: From Sessions’ aide to Trump’s inner circle

    Excerpt:
    When Jeff Sessions first looked at Stephen Miller, he saw potential in the recent Duke University graduate.

    Miller, then in his early 20s, took up an offer from the conservative author David Horowitz to visit… 

    https://www.google.com/amp/s/articles.al.com/news/index.ssf/2017/01/the_star_of_stephen_miller_fro.amp

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  13. duchess01 says:

    Shut up, Laura, and let Stephen talk – we did not tune in to listen to you talk – this was ‘Miller Time’ – not your time – we are interested in what Mr. Miller has to say – not what you have to say – go back to school, Laura, and learn how to properly and graciously conduct an interview – please!

    What little Mr. Miller had to say was very interesting – he knows President Trump – is well-informed on the issues and well-versed as a strategist – what a valuable member of the Trump Team!

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  14. woohoowee says:

    Miller time 🙂 One of the great points he made is re: MSM is really the Extreme Media. Their positions are indeed extreme.

    Liked by 13 people

  15. ediegrey says:

    I love how Stephen points out that the Trump agenda will help lift African Americans and Hispanic Americans into the middle class, which would be good for all Americans. If President Trump succeeds – and so far so good, he presses on – it will be the end of the disgusting democrat party. Why would anyone vote democrat after they have done their best to destroy the lives of all Americans? Love Stephen, a stellar mind and heart, glad he is on the Trump train.

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  16. Curry Worsham says:

    Stephen Miller may be only 31, but he’s been doing this for over 15 years…

    [Stephen] Miller grew up in a liberal-leaning Jewish family in Santa Monica, California.
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    Miller became a committed conservative after reading Guns, Crime, and Freedom, a book by National Rifle Association CEO Wayne LaPierre. While attending Santa Monica High School, Miller began appearing on conservative talk radio. In 2002, at the age of sixteen, Miller wrote a letter to the editor of the Santa Monica Lookout, criticizing his school’s pacifist response to 9/11 in which he stated that “Osama Bin Laden would feel very welcome at Santa Monica High School.” Miller invited conservative activist David Horowitz to speak, first at the high school and later at Duke University, and afterwards denounced the fact that neither of the centers would authorize the event. Miller was in the habit of “riling up his fellow [high school] classmates with controversial statements” and telling Latino students to speak only English.

    In 2007, Miller received his bachelor’s degree from Duke University, majoring in political science.Miller served as president of the Duke chapter of Horowitz’s Students for Academic Freedom and wrote conservative columns for the school newspaper. Miller gained national attention for his defense of the students who were wrongly accused of rape in the Duke lacrosse case. While attending Duke University, Miller accused poet Maya Angelou of “racial paranoia” and described student organization Chicano Student Movement of Aztlán (MEChA) as a “radical national Hispanic group that believes in racial superiority.”

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

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  17. Disgusted says:

    I’ve believed since the campaign days that SUNDANCE is actually Stephen Miller. Why not?

    Liked by 1 person

  18. teaforall says:

    Steve looked relaxed during the interview. Actually, he looked HOT tonight .

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  19. Don’t get me wrong here…..I LOVE this guy. However, I had to quit watching due to the tick he has on his left side. Very weird! He does have a beautiful smile, though.

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    • 1stgoblyn says:

      I thought that was b/c his shirt collar was bothering him. He should probably stick to polo shirts. MHOO

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      • I watched him on Tucker (or Hannity?) and he was doing it then as well. No, he has a tick of some kind and there’s nothing wrong with that. I just pick up on stuff like that and it gets irritating, that’s all.

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