On Sunday senior adviser to the President Stephen Miller was sent out on four talk shows. Miller’s job was to go out and defend the President. During the interview, Miller said on CBS Face The Nation “The President of the United States has accomplished more in just a few weeks than many Presidents do in an entire administration.”
When discussing the “Travel Ban” Miller said that it was judicial activism and that a revised order will be coming out soon. Miller backed up the President saying that Trump has the duty to protect the borders of the nation at all costs. Miller also viciously defended the Trump Administration concerning the recent immigration sweeps. Here is the video:
However, when it came to voter fraud Miller started to bog down in the mud and made some baseless claims about voter fraud.
On ABC’s This Week, Miller backed Trump’s unproven claims on voter fraud, including unsubstantiated allegations that voters were bused from Massachusetts to New Hampshire to vote in that state’s close presidential election. Pressed for proof, Miller said: “I can tell you that this issue of busing voters into New Hampshire is widely known by anyone who’s worked in New Hampshire politics.”
Here’s the video:
New Hampshire Republicans, however, also dismissed this claim saying in a statement:
“Let me as be unequivocal as possible – allegations of voter fraud in NH are baseless, without any merit. It’s shameful to spread these fantasies.”
Those are two excerpts taken from four interviews given by Stephen Miller and below the full interviews of both are linked. This was the first time the senior adviser has been sent out in masse by the White House. After watching these interviews when the White House sends out Miller, get the popcorn out it’s going to be a show.