Google announced Thursday that Miles Taylor, the former chief of staff to the Department of Homeland Security, has left the company. Last week, he came under the media’s attention for publicly admitting to being an anonymous author who had written to the New York Times two years earlier. In this 2018 article, he criticized Trump as the most flawed he had ever met, accusing him of being unethical, impulsive, ineotable, narrow-minded and so on.
Pictured is a tweet from Miles Taylor
A Google spokesman said: “I can confirm that Miles Teller is no longer an employee of Google. He has been on leave since August this year and has decided to pursue his other interests unexpectedly at the company.”
Miles Teller announced this summer that he would no longer serve as chief of staff to the Department of Homeland Security and announced his support for Vice President Joe Biden in his presidential campaign. In 2018, an anonymous person published an article in the New York Times, “I am a resistance in the Trump administration,” criticizing the Trump administration as a senior administration official, saying there was “resistance” within the administration against him. After the article was published, Mr. Trump called the move a “treason” on Twitter and called on then-Attorney General Jeff Sessions to launch an investigation.