'That Was Added Later': Miller Schools CNN's Acosta On Crappy Statue Of Liberty PoemChris Menahan
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President Donald Trump's advisor Stephen Miller had the temerity Wednesday to point out the crappy poem on the Statue of Liberty was tacked on "later."
During the press briefing, [Miller] tangled with Acosta challenging him over the spirit of the Statue of Liberty and the poem added to the platform of the monument. When Acosta cited the poem's line about "your tired, your poor, your huddled masses," Miller disputed the nature of his question.
Have you ever actually read The New Colossus?
It literally says send us your "wretched refuse."
"Give me your tired, your poor,This is the immigration policy the left wants for America. If they put it into a bill, it would be one line: "Send us your homeless, poor, wretched refuse."
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