Protester yells 'fascist' at Stephen Miller dining in Mexican restaurant

Lash out On Monday the Trump administration defended this practice despite criticism from former first ladies Laura Bush and Michelle Obama as well as Bill O'Reilly

NYT under fire for spiking a Stephen Miller interview from its podcast

Miller chose to dine at Espita Mezcaleria in the DC neighborhood of Shaw on Sunday, amid growing anger over the Trump administration separating migrant kids from their parents - a policy the aide had described as a "simple decision".

A big question for Twitter here was how many users it would be willing to punish for sharing Miller's number-and whether continued enforcement of the policy would become pointless once the number had circulated widely. "Miller was quoted, on the record, in that story", the Times said.

Claiming that the publication of such a brief, tantalizing bit of audio was a breach of their journalistic responsibility, a furious Stephen Miller told reporters Tuesday that he was outraged at ProPublica for only releasing seven minutes of immigrant children sobbing.

Instead, this morning's episode features a little explanation at the beginning from Davis, who said the Times had planned use the audio "until I heard from the White House earlier today that they were not at all comfortable with us using that audio". "While Miller's comments were on the record, we realized that the ground rules for the original interview were not clear, and so we made a decision not to run the audio".

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"And while citizens plan protest marches and scream at Kirstjen Nielsen as she eats dinner, Miller himself has been rather unavailable for direct feedback from the public", the article read.

Last week, White House adviser Stephen Miller even took credit for the new policy.

Splinter writer Katherine Krueger sarcastically called it "brave stuff from the Times", according to Fast Company.

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