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Stephen Miller – pulling Trump’s strings

 

Stephen Miller, Trump’s 33-year-old senior adviser, is now the lynch pin of his presidency, driving the narrative about immigration which will supposedly win him a second term. His power is at its peak according to two long pieces in the Washington Post and New York Times which publicity won’t go down well with the narcissist-in-chief, though Miller downplays his role and boosts up his devotion to the maestro.

Born 23 August 1985 4.53 pm Santa Monica, California, he has a darkly obsessive chart with Pluto in Scorpio on the MC midway between an 8th house Sun and a 12th house Neptune; with Mars in Leo also in the 8th in an unsentimental, hard-edged square to a 10th house Saturn in Scorpio. He’s Fixed, fanatical, more than slightly off-the-wall and scary.

His trajectory is undergoing a radical change at the moment into early 2020 with tr Uranus opposition his MC and Pluto, some of which suggests success but not totally. His relationship with Trump will be nerve-stretched and uncertain late August to mid November and agitated with losses mid November to mid December. And it looks increasingly separated in 2020 with tr Saturn opposition Venus, Mercury, Sun in February, August till late November 2020.

Miller’s own chart looks dismayed and disappointed in the aftermath of the 2021 Inauguration.

Miller swears, despite rumours to the contrary, that his relationship with Jared Kushner is friendly and supportive. That’s hardly true with a composite chained-together and resentful Saturn, Pluto, Mercury and a competitive, argumentative Sun Mars in the relationship chart. It’ll be bouncing along unhappily through mid 2020 with tensions and eruptions.

See previous post April 11 2019

Pic: Gage Skidmore.

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5 thoughts on “Stephen Miller – pulling Trump’s strings

  1. “Stephen Miller, Trump’s 33-year-old senior adviser, is now the lynch pin of his presidency, driving the narrative about immigration which will supposedly win him a second term.”

    I like the word “supposedly” here. Because I think both Miller and Trump are completely incapable of seeing how emotionally invested people are in this matter. And not just those “California Liberals” that shunned Miller at school (likely for a good reason), but many considered Trump’s base. Hispanics aren’t just friends, co-workers and neighbors, they are family for many now. Fox can do everything they can to spin this, but the cross incompetence and inhumanity these policies are enforced with will have already backfired. People have been forced to leave their jobs for it. I’m certain Trump will fire Miller too, eventually, before he loses presidency.

  2. “Miller’s own chart looks dismayed and disappointed in the aftermath of the 2021 Inauguration.”

    I have read other astrological projections which suggest Trump will not be POTUS in the very near future.
    DT’s chickens are coming home to roost, especially in the light of the possible recession.

    • Anthony Scaramucci recently very publicly repudiated Trump’s immigration policies, and had a fallout with the guy. Now, Scaramucci is a completely selfserving, selfpromoting wheesel, but as Italians would say “furbo” (there isn’t an exact translation for this term). He obviously reads people. He suggested Trump will drop out of the race by March, and I actually do not see this as wholly unlikely. Narcissists are incredibly good at detecting situations which could become humiliating for them, and tend to bail out. They just need a way out that will allow them to safe their face. My guess is DJT will mount some kind of a conflict with GOP that will allow him to blame GOP for him not running.

  3. “Miller’s own chart looks dismayed and disappointed in the aftermath of the 2021 Inauguration.” Now what could be the cause of such melancholy?! Hmm. Trump officials don’t seem to be happy campers in 2021.

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