White House clashes with N.Y. Times on immigration

(THE HILL) — A White House aide on Wednesday said the New York Times could hire “less-skilled, low-paid workers from other countries” if the media outlet disagrees with the administration’s new immigration policy.

“See how you feel about it then,” White House senior policy adviser Stephen Miller said.

Miller clashed with a New York Times reporter at the press briefing on Wednesday over the topic of new Republican legislation aimed at reducing legal immigration to the United States.


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