Many would know the controversial American politician Stephen Miller, a well-known right-wing extremist political activist in the U.S. who served as communications director for Senator Jeff Sessions and also as press secretary for two Republican deputies, John Shadegg and Michele Bachmann.
He currently serves as senior political advisor to current U.S. President Donald Trump and has been one of Trump’s most important advisors since the early days of his presidency. He also played an important role in the writing of Trump’s inaugural address and is known for his support of Trump’s travel ban and his policy of separating migrant children from their parents.
Stephen Miller’s Bio
The political consultant, the second child of real estate investor Michael D. Miller and real estate agent Miriam Glosser Miller, was born on August 23, 1985, in Santa Monica, California, USA. He grew up with his siblings Jacob and Alexis Miller in his native city. He completed his high school education at Santa Monica High School, where he is known to have had several appearances on conservative talk radio. In 2002, at the age of 16, the then editor of Santa Monica Outlook received a letter from Stephen Miller criticizing his school’s reaction to September 11 and declaring that terrorist Osama Bin Laden would definitely feel welcome at Santa Monica High School.
He went to Duke University, where he received his bachelor’s degree in political science in 2007. During his years at the university, he served as president of the Duke Chapter of Horowitz’ Students for Academic Freedom and was also known for writing conservative columns for the school’s tabloid. However, he was not a friend to many at Duke University, as he was known to be incredibly intolerant, so any form of disagreement with him automatically indicated your malicious nature.
Although the Republican has an endless history of controversy, he has become a major political force in the current Trump administration, which is engaged in several shutdown negotiations. He is popular for his innate ability to provoke his audience, and in most cases, he is the one who stirs up the masses before Trump takes the stage at campaign rallies.
Is Stephen Miller Married?
The political activist is known for keeping his private life quiet, so the question of whether or not he is in a marital relationship cannot be answered at this time. We have no idea about his dating status, whether there is a girl waiting for him somewhere, but since he is still in his thirties, we live in the hope that one day the future Mrs. Miller will soon materialize.
Facts About his Jewish Roots
Yes, the controversial politician is definitely Jewish, and records show that his mother’s family immigrated from Belarus to the United States in the early 20th century to escape the anti-Jewish pogroms in the Russian Empire between 1903 and 1906. When they arrived in the United States, Stephen’s great-grandmother spoke only Yiddish, but over time the whole family learned English and worked hard to establish successful businesses in Pennsylvania despite their poor beginnings. It seems, however, that Stephen’s pursuit of his political ambitions caused the resentment of his Jewish family, as evidenced by an essay by his uncle David S. Glosser entitled “Stephen Miller is an immigration hypocrite. In the essay, which was published by Politico on August 13, 2018, David told the story of the Glosser family and how they migrated to the United States from their hometown of Antopol in what is now Belarus.
According to David, he could not help but watch, with growing horror and dismay, as his educated nephew, who is very aware of his heritage, became the architect of an immigration policy that denies the basis of her family’s life in the United States. Although David Stephen wishes personal happiness and success in his career, he had refused to support his political preferences because he is not a Trump supporter. Another member of the Glosser family expressed his relief that at least Stephen does not carry the family name, Glosser. Obviously, Stephen doesn’t seem to care about his family’s opinion about his tyrannical behavior, since he is still as arrogant as ever.