Warring senior adviser to the White House, Stephen Miller, is mocked online for his surprising hair growth after his appearance at a CBS morning show
- Stephen Miller, senior White House adviser on policy, went on Sunday morning & # 39; Face the Nation & # 39; at the CBS to defend the Trump border wall
- Miller was found to have a new widow's peak that was not present during public appearances in the past
- Twitter was quick to take pleasure in the development of the light hairstyle with a different color
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Stephen Miller, senior adviser to the Trump government, went on a Sunday morning to give a news show to forcefully defend the president's immigration policy, but his words were overshadowed by a shadow of new hair growth on his formerly balding head.
On & # 39; Face the Nation & # 39; hosted by Margaret Brennan, the peak of a widow appeared on Miller's head where there had never been one before. Social media picked up the difference almost immediately.
While Miller explained about the necessity of the boundary wall for the "ongoing crisis of illegal immigration." to stop and threatened a government stop over wall funding, Twitter users instead focused on its hairline.
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Stephen Miller in the Brady Press Briefing Room in 2017 (left) and Stephen Miller at & # 39; Face the Nation & # 39; at Statistics Netherlands on 16 December 2018 (right), with an apparently different appearance
"Guy is so desperate to build a wall that he started to build one on his head," wrote Jess Dweck, a Tonight Show writer.
"Stephen Miller shows off the worst case of spray-on hair that I've ever seen", tweette user @ Futuropolist. & # 39; The glory and horror of HDTV.
Fake her on Stephen Miller? I did that Nazi! & # 39; commentator of national security Naveed Jamali posted, takes two jabs on the employee of the White House at the same time.
Comic Patton Oswalt went on with painted street art with the comment: Banksy strikes again! & # 39;
Stephen Miller was on the morning show of the CBS to work for the Trump border wall project and to ensure that the government had a shutdown on the table – while he was experiencing a new widow's peak
Jess Dweck, a writer of The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon in the lead, connects the points between Stephen Miller's policy and public action
@ Futuropolist argues that the new hair can potentially come from a look for the senior adviser of the White House for policy
The national security commentary Naveed Jamali makes a wordplay at Miller's expense that emphasizes both the hair problem and the perception of the immigration policy of the consultant
Trump himself made no remarks about the new look of his spokesperson.
& # 39; I do not wear & # 39; wig & # 39 ;, & # 39; President Trump, a target familiar with the jokes about his own hair, once famous tweette. & # 39; My hair may not be perfect, but it is mine. & # 39;
Instead, he remained faithful to his defense of his divorce policy for children at the border on Twitter on Sunday.
& # 39; The democratic policy of Child Seperation on the Border during the Obama administration was much worse than the way we approach it now. Think of the 2014 picture of children in cages – the Obama years. However, if you do not split up, there will be a LOT more people. Smugglers use the children! & # 39; he tweeted.
The comedian and actor Kumail Nanjiani compares the old graphic technology in an original PlayStation game system and the unusual pattern on Miller's forehead.
Comic Patton Oswalt refers to the deceitful, enigmatic street artist Banksy, who often sprays works of art on bare surfaces