Patron hurled 'fascist' insult at Stephen Miller while dining at Mexican restaurant

Pauline Obrien
June 25, 2018

White House advisor Stephen Miller got heckled and was called a "fascist" at a Mexican restaurant, according to the New York Post.

The number was published by Splinter, a website under the umbrella of Gizmodo Media Group, in an article titled, "Here's Stephen MIller's Cell Phone Number, If You Need It". So news website Splinter responded Wednesday by publishing his personal phone number, suggesting readers "call him about it".

"Twitter remains a place where users are regularly subjected to harassment based on their sexuality, religion, race, or having a wrong opinion that day", wrote Splinter editor Katherine Krueger.

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Even as criticism and opposition to the family separation policy grows, Politico reported that Miller and other aides have been planning increased immigration raids and other actions in the lead-up to the 2018 midterms.

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Miller is widely believed to be one of the most fervent defenders of anti-immigrant policy within the White House.

"The answer is SHOCKING", Bee's "Full Frontal" Twitter account posted along with a video recording jokingly pretending to be Miller's June 16 interview with Times reporters Julie Hirschfeld Davis and Michael Shear. At this time, the number that was previously being shared is no longer a valid number and, as such, we are no longer enforcing our policy against individuals Tweeting or linking to that information.

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