Donald Trump's speech to Muslim leaders in Saudi Arabia is being written by the man for orchestrated the President's failed 'Muslim ban.'
Stephen Miller drafted the legislation which affected flights from seven Muslim-majority countries, according to The Independent.
It is claimed that, as a teenager, the 31-year-old rang radio stations to complain about the dangers of multiculturalism, and wrote a column entitled 'A Time To Kill' in his high school newspaper, urging zero tolerance for islamist terror.
Now he is drafting the speech Trump will deliver in Saudi Arabia, addressing the problems of the need to take on radical Islam.
National security advisor H R McMaster said the speech is likely to be "inspiring yet direct, and "is intended to unite the broader Muslim world against common enemies of all civilization and to demonstrate America's commitment to our Muslim partners."
It is thought that around 50 Muslim leaders will be in attendance when Trump delivers his address, on his first official visit to Saudi Arabia.