Trump adviser Stephen Miller lied - and it matters

On Sunday, adviser Stephen Miller appeared on four major political talk shows, aggressively dismissing two court rulings that blocked Trump's travel ban, and defending Trump's unsubstantiated claims of massive voter fraud.

Sean Hannity took a shot at Joe Scarborough's MSNBC ratings with a series of tweets early Monday morning.

'That is the worst performance of anybody - that made Susan Rice, the Sunday after Benghazi, look smooth'. Let me test that theory: "What the f*ck are you talking about?"

Hannity then seized on that tweet to call for Scarborough to stop being a "bully" and invite Miller onto his show. Chris Coons (D-DE) later called Miller's claim that the president's authority "will not be questioned" a "simply stunning statement". "Wow. No, [the powers of the President] are questioned young little". Coons said his claim showed a "striking lack of understanding of the structure of our government", to which Mika Brzezinski can be heard muttering, "that's a nice way of putting it", and "a complete lack of respect for judicial independence". I'm not sure. Maybe you were just nervous and your eyes were darting away, ' he said.

White House adviser Stephen Miller became the stuff of memes over the weekend when his dead-eyed expression came to the airwaves of several major news programs. 'They will be questioned by the court.

Among other topics, such as the wall and the immigration ban, Miller addressed Trump's unconfirmed accusations of voter fraud, claiming people were bussed in from MA to vote in New Hampshire.

"Oh my God. It's so much worse than I ever thought", he exclaimed.