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Stephen Miller launches American First Legal group to take on the “Radical Left” in court

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Stephen Miller, the senior advisor under the Trump administration who shaped immigration policies, has set up a new conservative group that could challenge President Biden’s progressive agenda in court. 

American First Legal group formed by Miller aims to provide balance and stability to the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU). The NGO intends to bring court challenges with state GOP attorneys general to counter-attack on executive orders they consider unlawful or an overreach. 

Miller duly understands the challenges faced by Trump when he was seeking to bring new executive orders, from his travel ban on Muslim countries to using military funds for building a southern border wall.

Miller called the anti-Trump court roadblocks a “years-long, one-sided legal assault” and argued conservatives now “must turn the tables.”

“While radical progressives have wielded these tactics to undermine the law and America First values for years, we must deploy these tactics in defense of our nation’s legal, cultural, and constitutional heritage,” Miller said in a statement

He added: “Those looking to hold the new administration in Washington to account finally have their answer. Our self-imposed policy of legal disarmament is now over.”

Miller is not only the one in the league, Mark Meadows, former White House chief of staff, has also joined the league as a board member.

In a statement, Donald Trump praised Miller as a “fearless, principled fighter for the America First movement.”

He supported the new endeavor, saying Miller and Meadows are filling a “critical void” to take on the “Radical Left.”

“The era of unilateral legal surrender must end — and I hope all America First patriots will get behind America First Legal,” Trump said.

The AFL intends to focus mainly on executive branch orders and has recruited experienced attorneys, including Gene Hamilton, who served in the Trump-era Justice Department.

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