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A former government official in the Trump administration has made serious allegations against a close adviser to the former president. Photo: AP / Steven Cheney

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Anne-Katherine Hamilton

The scandals surrounding former President Donald Trump continue. Now one of his former administration officials is revealing explosive content about what should have happened in Trump’s administration. Trump’s former top adviser Stephen Miller’s report has caused a stir.

A new book appears to show questionable policies pursued by far-right Miller while Trump was still in power. Explosive content reveals Miles Taylor, the former head of the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) under Trump.

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In his book, “Blowback: A Warning to Save Democracy from the Next Trump,” Taylor writes about how Trump’s adviser Miller wanted to handle immigrants.

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Immigrants have always been a topic that Trump’s loyal Maga Republicans (Maga stands for Trump’s Make America Great Again) campaign have used populistly for their political goals. Trump’s inner-party opponent, Ron DeSantis, also recently laid out his tough plan to crack down on illegal immigration if he becomes president.

Trump railed against immigrants and boasted about plans to build a wall along the Mexican border. But the Trump administration had other ideas floating around in their heads than they did Refugees wanted to stop.

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According to Taylor’s book, Miller is said to have suggested bombing migrants on boats with drones at the time. In one “Rolling Stone” In the column under review, Taylor writes about an April 2018 conversation in which Miller allegedly supported an attack on a U.S.-bound migrant ship.

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Stephen Miller is one of Donald Trump’s closest advisers.Image: Imago Pictures / Paul Boucher

Miller reportedly argued for the mass killing of civilians by suggesting that they were not protected by the US Constitution because they were in international waters.

It must be emphasized here that there were unarmed men in the boat People. In other words, the plan would violate international law. Miller denies the allegations against him.

Miller, a former adviser to Trump, defended himself against the allegations

“This is complete fiction, only in the mind of Miles Taylor, who is desperate to be relevant by finding material for his new book,” said a spokesperson for Miller.

Taylor says in his book that Miller made his argument to Paul Jukunft at the time. Future, meanwhile, is a retired admiral who served as commander of the U.S. Coast Guard. When asked, Zukunfts’ response: “I don’t remember” the exchange described in the book.

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The conversation was reportedly attended by former US Coast Guard Commander Paul Sugunft.Build: Imago Images / Patrick Kelly

According to Rolling Stone, the admiral says:

“I vividly remember having a long conversation with Stephen Miller in 2018 about securing the southwest border. My view was that the US did not have enough influence in the form of foreign aid in the triangle region of Guatemala, Honduras, and El Salvador. The major source countries for that are…illegal immigration (.. .) But using deadly force to stop migration by sea is absurd and inconsistent with our nation’s leadership in promoting human rights.”

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But Taylor insists: “The conversation happened.” After resigning from the Trump administration in 2019, Taylor endorsed Joe Biden in the 2020 presidential race, later identifying himself as “Anonymous.”

As an anonymous writer, Taylor wrote scathing op-eds for the “New York Times” magazine in 2018, in which she harshly criticized President Trump and described him as a “Excited, hostile, petty and useless” described.

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