Former senior Trump adviser Stephen Miller has issued a warning about the looming midterms and the importance of Republicans taking back control of Congress.
Speaking during an appearance on Fox News’s “Jesse Watters Primetime,” Miller called out Democrat President Joe Biden for having the most disastrous first half of a presidency in American history.
Miller also argued that Biden does not have the “presence of mind” to control his own government because he is too addled.
“It’s been the most disastrous first half of a presidency that I think has occurred in American history,” Miller said.
“And so there needs to be a thunderous repudiation, a historic repudiation in November.
“And I believe that if there is a very large conservative House majority backed up by a Senate majority, we’ll be able to shut down and unwind some of these policies and prevent truly irreparable and irreversible damage from happening.
“That’s the best we can hope for.
“If that doesn’t happen, I fear the damage will be permanent and irrevocable.
“When Bill Clinton pivoted, he was a young, vital man in the prime of his career, and he wasn’t nearly as Left or nearly as disastrous as Joe Biden.
“But he governed a lot more Left before he lost the ’94 midterms.
“But he was a man who had a viewpoint, who had a philosophy, who had a conviction and a presence of mind.
“Joe Biden is too addled, too old, too deteriorated, and too confused to overrule the Marxist and ultra-Left advisers who are around him and running everything from the Domestic Policy Council to the National Security Council to Department of Homeland Security to the Department of Education and everything on in between.
“He doesn’t have the presence of mind to control his own government, even if he wanted to,” Miller said.
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— Stephen Miller (@StephenM) May 28, 2022