This has Stephen Miller’s fingerprints all over it. Having failed to get his top choice to lead ICE, the White House immigration hawk now has an immigration “coordinator” whose title will belie his toughness and influence. I’ve watched Cuccinelli, a former Virginia attorney general who has unsuccessfully run for governor, for years. He’s dynamic and edgy and will take a tough line on the border.
Democrats long ago decided that there were not differences on policy between themselves and Republican. There was good, and there was evil, and they were the former, and that was the difference. But what seems to be new is this decision that not only are Republicans’ views evil, but that they are probably criminal as well. It is looking increasingly like the investigation into “collusion”
So basically, White House immigration guru Stephen Miller’s uncle on his mother’s side, David S. Glosser, says Miller is a hypocrite because his own family escaped the Holocaust because when great-grandfather got to immigrate here from Eastern Europe in 1903. And, BTW, President Trump and Miller are acting like Nazis: Trump and my nephew both know their immigrant and refugee roots. Yet, they repeat the insults and
Stephen Miller is a man of true principle. I could never have thrown out a plate of sushi, for any reason, other than to save a life. I mean, first of all, it’s too expensive. Second of all, it’s sushi. I do love it. I like raw meat too. I do. I take my chances. These things give you a reason to down some alcohol,
The Washington Post has some interesting news: The number of legal immigrants is going down. Here’s the headline: “How Trump is changing the face of legal immigration.” Get it? The “face.” The article is mainly about how legal immigration is declining, but the subtext is that this is both a bad thing and a racist thing. There is no entertaining the argument that we are
Well, this was pretty fascinating viewing, in case you didn’t see it. White House domestic policy advisor Stephen Miller refused to go off his talking points bashing the book by Michael Wolff about the early days of the Trump White House. CNN State of the Union host Jake Tapper accused Miller of essentially going on TV to kiss the president’s ass and cut him off.
CNN’s Jim Acosta got into it with White House advisor Stephen Miller during an exchange in the White House briefing room this afternoon about an immigration proposal backed by Trump that would favor skilled workers who speak English. “It sounds like you’re trying to engineer the racial and ethnic flow of people into this country,” Acosta said. “That’s one of the most outrageous, insulting, ignorant,
Well, I took some videos for you the other day during President Trump’s Rose Garden announcement that he was withdrawing the United States from the Paris climate change accord. There was, it turned out, a bit of drama. Before the remarks. It appears that technicians couldn’t get the teleprompters to work, and Trump delayed his appearance by nearly half an hour while the geeks tried