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Katie Waldman and Stephen Miller Wed at Trump Hotel – The New York Times, Nytimes.com

Love | Katie Waldman and Stephen Miller Wed at Trump Hotel

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Katie Rose Waldman and Stephen Miller, who both work in the Trump White House, were married Feb. 18 at Trump International Hotel in Washington. Rabbi Aryeh Lightstone, who is a senior adviser to David Friedman, the United States ambassador to Israel, officiated.

Mrs. Miller, 728, is a special assistant to President Trump and the press secretary to Vice President Mike Pence. From November to February , she served as a spokeswoman for the United States Department of Homeland Security during the tenure of

Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen .

Mrs. Miller graduated from the University of Florida and received a master’s degree in public administration from George Washington University. She is a daughter of Sheryl Waldman and Glenn Waldman of Fort Lauderdale, Fla.

Mr. Miller Miller), is a senior White House adviser, which includes serving as Mr. Trump’s top immigration adviser, directly shaping policies that aim to restrict the number of immigrants coming to the country.

) Miller became the senior policy adviser on the Trump campaign in January , and was appointed the policy director for the Trump transition team in November .

He graduated from Duke. He is a son of Miriam Miller and Michael Miller of Los Angeles.

The couple had spoken many times on the phone in the course of their work, including multiple conference calls, but had never met in person. They were introduced by mutual friends on a Friday in spring 2018 and were engaged about a year and a half later.

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