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In an appearance on CBS’ Face the Nation on Sunday, White House aide Stephen Miller tried out a new look while discussing his racist immigration policies.
Miller, 33, has a prominent receding hairline; perhaps in an effort to emulate his boss, Miller made an attempt to cover his baldness. It did not go particularly well.
Whatever is atop his head appears to be an entirely different color than his natural hair, and looks to be sprayed on, or a least made of a material other than human hair.
Steven Miller getting TV ready pic.twitter.com/wSPGuxQIa7— chimchim (@_chimchimtim_) December 16, 2018
Of course, Twitter went nuts trying to figure out what was going on atop Miller’s head.
"Steven Miller ain't going bald, he deported his hair for being brown."— jplatt812 (@jplatt812) December 16, 2018
--Trevor Noah. pic.twitter.com/Zjuwq4byWY
What Steven Miller was going for this morning. pic.twitter.com/MsFfH81MEa— Tom Moorman (@grendelpdx) December 16, 2018
why is everyone talking about steven miller's hair, it looks perfectly natural to me pic.twitter.com/81xuZiS5XC— Tom Tomorrow (@tomtomorrow) December 16, 2018
Trump advisor Steven Miller went on TV with a bad spray-on hair job this morning...— Arlen Parsa (@arlenparsa) December 16, 2018
You might say he made a huge mistake. pic.twitter.com/7UatjVRZkK
Everybody leave Steven Miller alone. pic.twitter.com/RVDON4zSyw— Lee Rubenstein (@Lee_Rubenstein) December 16, 2018
Mein Furrier™️ pic.twitter.com/tIu9BaDDRn— Molly Jong-Fast (@MollyJongFast) December 16, 2018
Miller was on Face the Nation to talk about the Affordable Care Act, saying the law was “always unconstitutional” and that President Donald Trump wanted to work across the aisle for a solution that would bring down premiums and allow for protections for pre-existing conditions. He then pivoted to immigration policies. He blamed “illegal immigration” and “left-wing activist judicial rulings” for the death of 7-year-old Jakelin Caal Maquín.
Miller advocated for President Donald Trump shutting down the government over funding for the border wall.
Although Miller’s look was unfortunate, it did get people paying attention to Miller’s policies, too.
The only effective border wall would be one that had Stephen Miller on the other side of it. https://t.co/LvJCkrZNt1— David Rothkopf (@djrothkopf) December 16, 2018
To be fair, I don't just mock Stephen Miller's ghastly appearance. I make sure to mock his middling intellect, expansive hatred and abhorrent policy stances too!— Randi Mayem Singer (@rmayemsinger) December 16, 2018
Instead of mocking Stephen Miller's spray-on hair, we should be working to stop his vile policies.— Z (@surlyZ) December 16, 2018
Whoa. Just saw the hair. We can multitask.
WH not backing down on shutdown threats over Trump’s demands for $5 billion for border wall. “If it comes to it, absolutely,” Stephen Miller says on CBS when asked if Trump would shut down government if his demands aren’t met— Manu Raju (@mkraju) December 16, 2018
Miller is basically saying "fund the wall or we will keep killing children" https://t.co/sNA2xIvJRl— ryan cooper (@ryanlcooper) December 14, 2018
Here’s the full segment.
Ellen Ioanes is the FOIA reporter at the Daily Dot, where she covers U.S. politics. She is a graduate of Columbia Journalism School, and her work has appeared in the Guardian, the Center for Public Integrity, HuffPost India, and more.