Stephen Miller apparently fell asleep at a White House meeting about school shootings

Stephen Miller.
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President Trump's senior policy adviser Stephen Miller caught some Z's on Monday during a White House meeting with the nation's governors about the school shooting crisis in America. Captured on camera by the European Pressphoto Agency's Jim Lo Scalzo, photos of the incident show Miller doing little to hide his humongous yawn as well as, apparently, actually being asleep.

The captions for the pictures are particularly damning: "Miller nods off during Trump speech about gun violence at high schools with nation's governors," one reads. "The discussion comes after the shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida, that left 17 people dead." Jeva Lange

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