Stephen Miller

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Stephen Miller (born August 23, 1985, in Santa Monica, California) is the former Assistant to the President and Senior Advisor for Policy to former U.S. President Donald Trump. Miller also is a presidential speechwriter. and is critical of the deep state.[1]

Miller is a graduate of Duke University in Durham, North Carolina. He wrote President Trump's acceptance speech at the Republican National Convention becoming his day-to-day speechwriter on the campaign. He has worked in Congress for his whole professional life. He became communications director for former United States Senator Jeff Sessions of Alabama, who in 2017 became Trump's first attorney general.

Leftists have harshly and falsely attacked Miller for his conservative views,[2] including some absurd but widely publicized attacks, as commentator Andrew Stiles satirically noted.[3] He has been falsely and wrongfully labeled a "white nationalist", even though he is Jewish.

Miller tested positive for the CCP virus on October 6, 2020.[4]


  1. Bedard, Paul (October 22, 2019). Stephen Miller pushback: ‘Permanent bureaucracy a mortal threat to America’. Washington Examiner. Retrieved October 22, 2019.
  2. Multiple references: See also:
  3. Stiles, Andrew (August 17, 2018). Stephen Miller is Using Trump to Install a Subversive Socialist Agenda. I Know Because We Shared an Incubator as Infants. The Washington Free Beacon. Retrieved August 17, 2018.
  4. Two references: