Nikki Fiske, a teacher who said President Donald Trump’s senior advisor for policy “ate glue” and was a “strange dude” while in elementary school, has been suspended and placed on home assignment by the Santa Monica-Malibu Unified School District pending a decision about her revelations.
I could have stayed silent. All my life I’ve avoided politics, eschewed social media, and devoted all my waking hours to building a successful jet ski repair business. I don’t normally vote in elections. (I wrote in Vince McMahon for president in 2012 because he seemed like a competent leader with tons of dragon energy.) …
Politico Magazine on Friday published an op-ed written by a former classmate of Stephen Miller detailing the quirks of the now-White House policy adviser when he was in third grade.
The New York Times angered journalists and progressives by deciding not to publish the audio recording of an interview conducted with White House policy adviser Stephen Miller, citing confusion over its original ground rules.
Not for the first time over the past year, the New York Times faced backlash from liberal readers after a Saturday op-ed argued White House senior adviser Stephen Miller should be involved in negotiations to strike an immigration deal.