Well, you can’t say Stephen Miller didn’t find his ideal life partner:
Katie Miller, the former Department of Homeland Security spokesperson who now works for Vice President Mike Pence, has come under fire for a statement in a new book that she was unmoved after witnessing the separation of migrant families in U.S. detention centers.
“My family and colleagues told me that when I have kids I will think about the separations differently,” Miller told NBC News correspondent Jacob Soboroff in his new book, “Separated: Inside an American Tragedy.” “I don’t think so. DHS sent me to the border to see the separations myself to try to make me more compassionate, but it didn’t work.’”
MSNBC’s Rachel Maddow read an excerpt from Soboroff’s book in which Miller also denied being a white nationalist but said there is no need to create a “Little Havana” in the United States.
Can’t wait for the cover profile of them in People‘s forthcoming “World’s Most Repellent Couples” issue.