Stephen Miller

    Stephen Miller. Photo source: Gage Skidmore, via Wikimedia.

    Named as senior policy advisor to Trump, Miller was mentored by anti-Muslim figurehead David Horowitz

    Stephen Miller worked for Sen. Jeff Sessions (R-AL) and former Rep. Michelle Bachmann (R-MN) before joining the Trump campaign as an advisor in January 2016. As one of Sessions’, and then Trump’s, most trusted policy advisors, Miller has played a significant role in influencing opposition to meaningful immigration reforms inside the Beltway.

    • According to Haaretz, anti-Muslim figurehead David Horowitz served as Miller’s mentor during college and “eventually started Miller out on his political career by introducing him to Sessions.”
    • While in high school, Miller helped bring Horowitz to speak at his school and published several pieces decrying so-called liberal indoctrination for the Horowitz-published FrontPage Magazine.
    • While attending Duke University, Miller authored several controversial op-eds claiming, among other things, that television shows with LGTBQ characters “all do their part to promote alternative lifestyles and erode traditional values,” that former Sen. Ted Kennedy was “a traitor” for opposing military torture, and that multiculturalism is akin to “segregation.”

    Updated: 12/21/16

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