Stephen Miller, the Trump adviser who disavowed the Statue of Liberty poem, could be the new White House communications director
President Trump's senior policy adviser and speechwriter, Stephen Miller, is reportedly under consideration to fill the White House communications director job vacated by Anthony Scaramucci. An unnamed senior administration official told Axios Saturday that Miller's name is in play but not at the top of Trump's short list. White House chief strategist Stephen Bannon, with whom Miller is ideologically simpatico, reportedly supports putting Miller in a more communications-focused position.
Miller, 31, previously worked on Trump's campaign and, before that, as then-Sen. Jeff Sessions' aide; he is best known for his combative interview style and, this past week, his disavowal of the pro-immigration poem on the base of the Statue of Liberty. To get a taste of what the Miller communications era could be like, watch him in action on Sunday shows below. Bonnie Kristian