Stephen Miller’s remarkably rapid rise to become one of the most influential figures in the White House begun, perhaps surprisingly, in liberal Santa Monica.
The California native, who is believed to have helped craft Donald Trump’ s State of the Union address and the controversial travel ban, crystalised his ideology while at high school.
He took to ringing his local radio stations to rail against multiculturalism and the usage of Spanish-language announcements, and wrote for his high school newspaper a column entitled “A Time to Kill”, urging violent response to radical Islamists.
“We have all heard about how peaceful and benign the Islamic religion is, but no matter how many times you say…
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