Susan Rice burning sage in her West Wing office, once occupied by Stephen Miller

As a prominent Black Democrat often vilified by conservatives, she’s aware of the “symbolism” of occupying the space where Miller formulated policies, including the widely reviled child separation policy, and has taken a few steps to redecorate.

In the room, a painting from Haiti’s Caribbean nation now hangs, and the room is scented with sage candles.

Burning sage has been used in indigenous people’s rituals for centuries to cleanse a person or space of negativity and promote healing and wisdom.

Apparently confirming the report, Rice, on Saturday evening, tweeted a picture of the office’s new decorations.