Stephen Miller calls Joe Biden speech 'lifeless and dry', slammed as 'expert at writing s**tty speeches'

'It is striking just how tedious & unoriginal the rhetoric was in Biden’s speech. Also, no outreach, no bipartisanship, no surprises, no warmth — a lifeless and dry address,' Miller said


                            Stephen Miller calls Joe Biden speech 'lifeless and dry', slammed as 'expert at writing s**tty speeches'
Stephen Miller slammed Joe Biden's Congress speech as 'lifeless and dry' (Getty Images)
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Former president Donald Trump's ex-aide Stephen Miller called President Joe Biden's Congress speech a "lifeless and dry address". In no time people started slamming him for his statements.

Taking a jab at POTUS, Miller tweeted, "So far, this speech is written in the “laundry list” style — the least inspired format for a congressional address." He further tweeted: "It is striking just how tedious & unoriginal the rhetoric was in Biden’s speech. Also, no outreach, no bipartisanship, no surprises, no warmth — a lifeless and dry address."

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White House senior policy adviser Stephen Miller waits for the beginning of a parent-teacher conference listening session at the Roosevelt Room of the White House February 14, 2017, in Washington, DC (Getty Images)

As soon as his comments came to light, people started slamming him. Canadian actor Kaj-Erik Eriksen said, "Shut the fuck up you vomit filled skin sack." American podcaster Tommy Vietor said, "You are, in fact, an expert at writing s**tty speeches. So duly noted."

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Sports commentator Keith Olbermann said, "Do you think you have any future in politics? You do not. Do you think you have any future in democracy? You do not. Do you think you have any future in this country? You do not. Get out." While sharing Miller's tweet, another one attacked him saying, "My favorite part of the speech, was Biden directly addressing Stephen’s fellow white supremacists and the terrorism they commit. Every second this hateful, racist, shit-eating toad isn’t in the White House, is an absolute victory."

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Some said that Miller wrote Tim Scott's speech, saying, "I'd totally be unsurprised to learn that Stephen Miller wrote that bullshit speech for Uncle Tim. That would make more sense." Jake Tapper said, "Stephen Miller found the Biden speech without warmth and insufficiently bipartisan."


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Senior Advisor Stephen Miller walks to Marine One on the South Lawn of the White House on June 23, 2020, in Washington, DC (Getty Images)

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More and more people started calling out Miller for his comments on the president, as one person tweeted, "President Biden talked about wanting clean water for children. Yet Miller and so many other Republicans out there said Biden was boring radical. I can’t deal with the mindset of these jerks." Another one sarcastically said, "Hahahahahahahah. Pause. Stephen Miller pretending to understand “warmth” Hahahahhaah."

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Miller's comments came after it was reported that a legal group founded by him has filed a lawsuit claiming Biden's American Rescue Plan discriminates against White farmers. Miller said the federal lawsuit brought by America First Legal — the group he founded with former Trump chief of staff Mark Meadows to challenge "the radical activist left" — "makes clear that it will defend MLK's vision, our Constitutional order, and the civil rights of all citizens".

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The lawsuit alleges that “the Department of Agriculture interprets this phrase to include African Americans, Hispanics, Native Americans, Alaskan natives, Asian-Americans, and Pacific Islanders… but white farmers and ranchers are not included within the definition of 'socially disadvantaged farmers and ranchers', making them ineligible for aid under these federal programs”.

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