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Trump says Miles Taylor should be prosecuted, fired for ‘Anonymous’ op-ed

WorldNews Thursday, 29 October 2020
Trump says Miles Taylor should be prosecuted, fired for ‘Anonymous’ op-ed‘It turned out to be a low-level staffer, a sleazebag, who has never worked in the White House.’ Miles Taylor, former Department of Homeland Security (DHS) official, has identified himself as the “anonymous” writer behind a New York Times op-ed that was highly critical of President Donald Trump. An earlier report on theGRIO noted that the identity of Anonymous had been hidden until Taylor, an outspoken Trump critic, tweeted Wednesday that he wrote the 2018 op-ed in The New York Times and...
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Miles Taylor has been identified as the author of a notorious anonymous op-ed in The New York Times in 2018 that claimed they were part of a secret “resistance” inside the Trump administration.

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