Immigration protesters target Stephen Miller’s home

Immigration protesters target Stephen Miller’s home
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A crowd protesting the Trump administration’s immigration policies gathered outside the downtown Washington, D.C., apartment of White House adviser Stephen Miller on Monday night, USA Today reported.

About 20 people marched to Miller's apartment, handing out “wanted” flyers with his face and “missing persons” flyers for the undocumented immigrant children separated from their parents at the border.

The protestors also chanted “immigrants are welcome here” outside Miller’s apartment.

 

 

 

 

 

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Miller, who is considered to be among the most hard-line advocates for stricter immigration laws in the White House, was at President TrumpDonald John TrumpNFL players stand in tunnel during anthem, extending protests 12 former top intel officials blast Trump's move to revoke Brennan's security clearance NYT: Omarosa believed to have as many as 200 tapes MORE’s rally in South Carolina and was not home at the time.

The New York Times reported earlier this month that Miller had pushed for the policy separating immigrant families at the border. Trump signed an executive order last week to end the policy after facing overwhelming criticism.

Rep. Mike CoffmanMichael (Mike) Howard CoffmanColorado couple fighting to stop adopted 4-year-old daughter from being deported Dems make big play for House in California Election Countdown: Ohio special election fight heats up | Takeaways from Georgia primaries | Key primaries ahead in August | Blankenship files for third-party bid in West Virginia | More Dem candidates say they won't back Pelosi MORE (R-Colo.) last week called for Miller to be fired over the family separation policy. 

This isn’t the first time Miller has been publicly targeted over the family separation policy: A protester last week called him a “fascist” at a Mexican restaurant in D.C.

Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen also faced protestors at a different Mexican restaurant in D.C. before ultimately leaving the establishment.