ICYMI: the Architect of the Administration’s Immigration Policies

From separating children from their parents at the United States’ southern border, to making it increasingly difficult for those fleeing harm to seek asylum, to virtually halting refugee resettlement, to supporting legislative initiatives gutting immediate family immigration, to implementing new immigration regulations that would substantially reduce legal immigration by those not already well-educated and well-off, there is one architect leading the construction of the Trump Administration’s immigration policies:  Stephen Miller.

The New York Times  and the Washington Post both recently published in-depth profiles of Stephen Miller.  In case you missed them, you can find the Time‘s article here, and the Post‘s profile here.