Wednesday, October 14, 2020
Back in August, the Food and Drug Administration ousted Emily Miller from her role as the agency's top spokesperson. Miller, a right-wing activist and former One America News reporter, was installed in the FDA by the White House and given the role of Assistant Commissioner for Media Affairs, a role typically held by nonpartisan civil servants. She held the post for a mere 11 days and was fired amid intense controversy after several high-profile agency missteps.
But now it appears that Miller never left the FDA. She's still at the regulatory agency and has since been given a new -- perhaps more prestigious -- title. And, as before, she is causing problems for the agency.
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