Trump adviser Stephen Miller seemed to burst onto the national scene this past February, with his memorable defense of the White House’s travel ban and claims of voter fraud. But New York
magazine’s Reeves Wiedeman
says Miller’s education in punditry
came years earlier, as a Duke University student commenting on the Duke lacrosse scandal for cable news. Back then, Miller was recognizably pugnacious and self-assured—but he was also right.
In the Spiel, we live in times of confusion and flashing-neon warning signs. How does all that add up to utter indifference?