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S.A. Miller

S.A. Miller reports from the White House on politics, policy and political campaigns for The Washington Times. He can be contacted at smiller@washingtontimes.com.

Articles by S.A. Miller

Republican Presidential candidate Donald Trump introduces his wife Melania during the opening day of the Republican National Convention in Cleveland, Monday, July 18, 2016. (AP Photo/J. Scott Applewhite)

Melania Trump: Becoming U.S. citizen greatest privilege on Earth

Stepping onto the national stage for her first big appearance of the campaign, Melania Trump, wife of GOP presidential candidate Donald Trump, detailed her own personal journey from Slovenia to the U.S., and called her decision to become an American "the greatest privilege on planet Earth. Published July 18, 2016

New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie gestures as he introduces Republican Presidential Candidate Donald Trump during a rally in Virginia Beach, Va., Monday, July 11, 2016. (AP Photo/Steve Helber)

Chris Christie: Hillary Clinton follows 'rule of her,' not rule of law

New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie said Monday that likely Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton's email scandal showed that she stands for "lawlessness" and would always put her personal interests before the safety and security of Americans. Published July 11, 2016

Republican Presidential candidate Donald Trump gestures during a speech in Virginia Beach, Va., Monday, July 11, 2016. (AP Photo/Steve Helber)

Donald Trump declares himself 'law and order candidate'

Presumptive Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump Monday declared himself the "law and order candidate," vowing to bring safety and justice to American cities wracked by violence and poverty. Published July 11, 2016

Five red roses on the bronze medallion with another bouquet of flowers and a note in support of the Dallas Police Department are seen at The National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial in Washington, Friday, July 8, 2016. Five law enforcement officers were killed in Dallas on Thursday. (AP Photo/Alex Brandon)

Obscure black power group claims credit for Dallas attack

A little-known black power group has claimed responsibility for the sniper attack Thursday night that killed five Dallas police officers at a Black Lives Matter demonstration, but authorities said that one of the snipers who was killed claimed to not be part of an organization. Published July 8, 2016

Donald Trump calls Dallas ambush 'attack on our country'

Presumptive Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump said Friday that the overnight snipper attack in Dallas that killed five police officers at a Black Lives Matter protest was a "attack on our country" and pleaded for a restoration of law and order in America. Published July 8, 2016

Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton greets striking workers outside the Trump Taj Mahal Casino and Hotel Wednesday, July 6, 2016, in Atlantic City, N.J. (AP Photo/Mel Evans)

Hillary Clinton gets no-charges bump; race tightens: poll

The presidential race tightened slightly in the wake of the FBI recommendation not to charge likely Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton for her secret email setup and mishandling classified material, according to a weekly tracking poll released Thursday. Published July 7, 2016

Sen. Bob Corker, Tennessee Republican, withdrew himself from consideration on Wednesday to be Donald Trump's vice presidential running mate after sharing the stage the night before with Mr. Trump at a rally in the swing state of North Carolina. (Associated Press)

Donald Trump weighs running mate choices

Donald Trump is road-testing potential running mates this week, and the tryouts already have resulted in at least one name cut from the short list. Published July 6, 2016

Sam Kimery holds his "Fox Blocker," a device that blocks the reception of the Fox News cable channel, seen on television at rear, at his home in Tulsa, Oklahoma. Mr. Kimery contends Fox News' top-level management dictates a conservative journalistic bias, that inaccuracies are never retracted, and what winds up on the air is more opinion than news. (Associated Press)

Americans increasingly seeking out media outlets that confirm pre-existing partisan views

The release of the House Select Committee on Benghazi's comprehensive final report last week raised more questions that it answered for Dana Constant, who is convinced that the response to the Sept. 11, 2012, terrorist attack in Libya is part of a massive government cover-up that goes much further than the actions of former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton. Published July 6, 2016