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'Anonymous' Author Miles Taylor Sees Ohio As Epicenter of Homegrown Terror

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Miles Taylor speaks with Ohio Senator Rob Portman and former Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen after the Republican Caucus luncheon on Capitol Hill in Washington on March 5, 2019.

A bombshell op-ed in The New York Times, followed by the book, A Warning, were both stunning rebukes of the Trump administration from within.

Last week, Miles Taylor, a former official within the Department of Homeland Security, was revealed as "anonymous," to whom the op-ed and book were both originally attributed.

Now, Taylor has another warning: that Ohio is an epicenter for homegrown terrorism. 

"Ohio is definitely at the epicenter of this. It's important the administration focus on the problem. Unfortunately, we have a president who, rather than telling these terrorists that they are going to stand trial, is telling them to stand by," Taylor said in a report by Ohio Public Radio.

Miles Taylor joins Cincinnati Edition to talk about it.

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