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JEFF GREENFIELD: Its history goes back to Stalin, Hitler, Mussolini, who used the term with a very heavy anti-Semitic overtone to suggest disloyalty. Cosmopolitan, you're not loyal to the traditions of this country or the religion. Now, in the column that I wrote, one mistake that I made was I thought I had made it clear that Stephen Miller's use of it is -- is divorced from anti-Semitism. I should have made that clear, particularly because Steve Miller is Jewish. But, what is true, I believe, is that even in modern day battles, particularly in Europe, "cosmopolitan" is like elitist on steroids. It means you don't -- you were loyal to something other than our national tradition, our church's tradition or religious tradition or our culture. It's the implication that [Russian President Vladimir] Putin has about his enemies, that you're -- you're not really loyal to "Mother Russia." And the fact that I've never heard it used in an American political debate, and the fact that Miller, along with [White House Chief Strategist] Steve Bannon, is part of what's called the nationalist wing of the Trump movement, I think is worth examining.