Trump’s trusted speechwriter at work on inaugural address

Stephen Miller wrote Trump's Republican National Convention Speech.; former colleague calls him a writing "machine."

President-Elect Trump’s Jan. 20 inaugural address is being written by Stephen Miller, the 31-year-old speechwriter who has been the main writer for most of Trump’s speeches, including his address at the Republican National Convention.

Miller, who has doubled as a warm-up act, giving commanding and passionate speeches in introduction to Trump at rallies, is described by longtime Trump communication aide Jason Miller (no relation) as “a machine,” according to Politico. “I’ve literally seen him knock out three speeches in a day.”

Milller, who will serve as senior advisor for policy in the Trump White House, came to the Trump team from the office of Alabama Senator Jeff Sessions. 

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