The anonymous senior Trump administration official who wrote a 2018 New York Times op-ed and a subsequent book critical of President Donald Trump is Miles Taylor, he revealed in a statement to CNN on Wednesday.
President Trump attacked the New York Times and ex-DHS official Miles Taylor after Taylor came forward as the author of an anonymous 2018 anti-Trump op-ed.
Miles Taylor revealed Wednesday that he was the anonymous "senior" white house official who authored a critical op-ed of President Trump.
On Wednesday, former Department of Homeland Security official Miles Taylor revealed himself to be "Anonymous," the author of a New York Times op-ed and a subsequent book critical of President Donald Trump. | Clips
The Democratic nominee delivered remarks on the pandemic and healthcare, two subjects his campaign believes work to its advantage. The president spent his day in a key western battleground state.
Miles Taylor, the former chief of staff at the Department of Homeland Security, has come forward as the anonymous senior Trump administration official who wrote a 2018 New York Times op-ed and a subsequent book critical of President Donald Trump. Read his full statement below:
Miles Taylor has identified himself as the Trump administration official who wrote an anonymous op-ed critical of President Donald Trump in the New York Times. However, Taylor denied that he was anonymous when Anderson Cooper asked him in August 2020.
Barack Obama held back his most biting critiques of President Donald Trump in the first years of his post-presidency, hoping the lack of constant attacks would make his voice even more powerful at a time he thought it was most needed.
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