Stephen Colbert Challenges Stephen Miller to Come Lie on His Show

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Seth Meyers's latest segment of "A Closer Look" was filmed on Monday afternoon, well before news broke that national security adviser General Michael Flynn had resigned due to multiple potentially-illegal phone calls he had with Russia's Ambassador before Trump was president.

Joe Scarborough blasted Miller on "Morning Joe" for a series of authoritarian-sounding statements, saying he should spend his time reading the U.S. Constitution.

"That is the worst performance of anyone".

"I hope the president is talking about The Steve Miller Band and not that kid who embarrassed the White House this morning", Scarborough wrote, adding the hashtag, "#SweatsLikeMarco".

This unbelievable claim contradicts everything that has been reported during the first three weeks of Trump's presidency. "That's not even amusing", Brzezinski said.

'They are questioned, my young "Little Miller", Scarborough jabbed on Monday. I'm not sure. Maybe you were just nervous and your eyes were darting away, ' he said. One of the most freakish claims he made, however, was when he said that Chief Strategist Steve Bannon has had no role in crafting Trump's executive orders.

"And seriously, the White House has got to stop embarrassing themselves by putting this guy on", Scarborough criticized.

Miller spent Sunday morning making the rounds on network news shows, defending the president's lie that "millions" of people had voted illegally.

Miller: Well, I think that it's been an important reminder to all Americans that we have a judiciary that has taken far too much power and become in many case a supreme branch of government.

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