ABC News' George Stephanopoulos was not having the dodging by White House senior advisor Stephen Miller this morning who doubled down on the president's unsubstantiated claim of massive, widespread voter fraud.
Miller: “We are going to protect our country from voter fraud.”
Stephanopoulos: "You can start by providing evidence to back up your claims."
Miller kept repeating his talking points but could not share one iota of proof on voter fraud.
I've recently read more about Miller, and apparently he received a lot of attention being a young Republican in high school, and calling into conservative talk radio. It played as cute to have a young, outspoken high schooler talk far right politics.
I think he comes off as "not ready for prime time" at this point. His youth is showing, and it's not wearing well now that he's in his 30s.
Speaking of "not ready for prime time," I do believe I see a new character on Saturday Night Live on the horizon. Just saying...
White House senior advisor doubles down on unsubstantiated NH voter fraud claims: “Voter fraud is a serious problem in this country” pic.twitter.com/DC6lVPQznz— ABC News (@ABC) February 12, 2017