Stephen Miller’s Parents Took Coronavirus Relief

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Stephen Miller’s Parents Took Coronavirus Relief —Eric Levai

Cordary Incorporated, a Los Angeles-based real estate firm owned and operated by Miller’s parents, Michael and Miriam Miller, possibly received multiple Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) loans potentially worth $1 million  from Pacific Western Bank, on April 30. Up until 2016 he was also listed as a vice president with his family’s company. They potentially received a second loan from Wells Fargo, on June 30, for up to $350,000.

According to program rules, businesses can only receive one PPP loan. It is possible the Miller family applied through two lenders, and only received one of the loans.

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