Miles Taylor


Miles Taylor: We were afraid to bring classified info to Trump

Former DHS Chief of Staff Miles Taylor and president of the National Action Network Reverend Al Sharpton discuss the hypocrisy of Republicans who blasted Hillary Clinton over emails remaining silent on Trump’s improper handling of classified White House docsFeb. 11, 2022.
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Miles Taylor warns there needs to be a plan to ‘blunt Trump’s momentum’

Former Chief of Staff for DHS Miles Taylor, President of the National Action Network Reverend Al Sharpton, and former Senator Claire McCaskill discuss Trump trying to mount a political comeback with his first rally in 2022, which is littered with false statements and divisiveness. Jan. 17, 2022.
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ATHLETE OF THE WEEK: Miles Taylor, Coeur d'Alene Charter Academy

Taylor, a junior goalkeeper, had three saves in a penalty kick shootout for the Panthers, who beat the Bonners Ferry Badgers 2-1 in the 3A District 1-2 championship match on Saturday at The Fields at Real Life in Post Falls. It was the first district title in three seasons for the program. "There's no hesitation or anything with Miles," Coeur d'Alene Charter coach Craig Daigle said. "He's the league's No. 1 keeper and he's just incredible back there."

Miles Taylor: Mark Zuckerberg should be sweating

Following explosive new allegations from a whistleblower at Facebook, former chief of staff at DHS Miles Taylor says Facebook’s CEO should be worried about more complaints about the company’s amplification of dangerous misinformation going forwardOct. 4, 2021.

IU-grad Miles Taylor: “The Republican Party Is A Sinking Ship”

WASHINGTON — The Republican Party as it is today is a “sinking ship”, says the former chief of staff for Homeland Security in the Trump administration. Miles Taylor, a lifelong Republican, Indiana University-graduate, and the man who wrote an anonymous tell-all book about the administration while he was working for Homeland Security, has founded a group of current and former GOP lawmakers and high profile individuals, who vehemently disagree with where the Republican Party is headed.

Miles Taylor on new Anti-Trump movement in GOP

This week, more than 100 Republicans, including some former elected officials, signed a letter threatening to form a new political party if the GOP continues to embrace Donald Trump. Former Trump Homeland Security official Miles Taylor, who is spearheading the movement known as The Republican Political Alliance for Integrity and Reform, spoke to NBC’s Joshua Johnson about the organization's goal. “We have a [GOP] that is so battered, it’s scared, it’s terrified...just like in an abusive relationship you need people who are willing to stand by you,” Taylor explains.