Stephen Miller says Trump’s ‘real whistleblower” and calls the complaint a “partisan hit job’ in controversial interview

nearvideo Stephen Miller on White House response to whistleblower complaint to the Democrats’ impeachment push

Stephen Miller, senior Advisor to the President Trump, joins Chris Wallace on ” Fox News Sunday.’

White House senior policy adviser Stephen Miller, said Sunday President of the Trump is the real “whistleblower” and slammed the whistleblower complaint that spurred the impeachment investigation of Trump as a “Nancy Drew “novel” and “a partisan hit job.”

“The President of the United States is a whistleblower, and this Person is a saboteur trying to undermine a democratically elected government,” said Miller, during a contentious interview on “Fox News Sunday.”

Miller said that the whistleblower added dropwise complaint “with conviction, know-it-and contempt for the President”, and claimed that the intelligence services inspector General had found evidence of a political bias in the complaint.


Miller also contrary, when host Chris Wallace that the IG had found that the report “credible and an urgent concern.”

“You are mistaken,” said Miller.

The White house Advisor is trying to evade questioning from Wallace, why Trump Biden to be his personal lawyer Rudy Giuliani, to obtain information on former Vice-President Joe and his son, delayed the work in the Ukraine, and why the administration to send military aid to the Eastern European Nation.

“The President has the State Department, he has the CIA, he had the Pentagon, he has a number of other agencies, why he has to get three private lawyers information on Biden?” Wallace said. The interview was tense in the beginning, with Miller, many of Wallace’s work around questions of what to call the hosts finally, Miller’s responses, an “exercise in obfuscation.”


Miller is one of the many people associated with the trump-managing the round of the Sunday morning talk shows of power, such as the White house deals with the mounting scandal surrounding the President’s controversial phone conversation with Ukrainian President Vladimir Zelensky and the subsequent whistleblower report.

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., Last week, it was announced the opening of an impeachment investigation of Trump on the topic.


Pelosi specifically charged that the administration had violated the law by not turn over a whistleblower complaint about trump in July-call with Zelensky. Citing a witness, that the Director of national intelligence, was the blocking of the release of this complaint, she said: “This is a violation of the law. The law is clear.”


Trump had urged to investigate Zelensky, former Vice-President Joe Biden and his son Hunter. Joe Biden has confirmed, camera, the, as he the Vice President was set to he, successfully, for the Ukraine is under pressure to fire top Prosecutor, Viktor Shokin, who is the investigation of the natural gas company Burisma Holdings — where Hunter Biden was on the Board. Shokin had been separated and widely accused of corruption.

While the transcript of Trump’s press shows Ukraine “look in” the three-piece, it shows that the US President explicitly the link, the request to U.S. aid — had millions of dollars, was days frozen earlier.

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