A bartender followed White House senior advisor Stephen Miller out of a restaurant, flipped him off and cursed at him, according to an article in the Washington Post published on Monday.
Miller allegedly ordered $80 of takeout sushi from a local restaurant near his apartment. Once he left, the employee shouted his name to get his attention, and verbally attacked him, the article said.
The White House official was so disgusted, he threw the food away.
This is not the first time Miller has been the subject of public scrutiny. Last month, a group of protesters stood outside his apartment handing out flyers that accused him of “crimes against humanity” for his influence on the “zero tolerance” policy. (RELATED: PROTESTERS GATHER OUTSIDE WHITE HOUSE ADVISER STEPHEN MILLER’S APARTMENT, PASS OUT ‘WANTED’ FLYERS)
They are handing out these flyers to Stephen Miller’s neighbors at the luxe CityCenterDC pic.twitter.com/OYmllt6JEj
— Rachel Sadon (@Rachel_Sadon) June 25, 2018
Trump administration officials and conservatives alike have increasingly faced protests while in public. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, DHS head Kirstjen Nielsen, and former White House strategist Steve Bannon have all been confronted while going about their lives in public. (RELATED: BOOKSTORE OWNER CALLS POLICE AFTER A WOMAN VERBALLY HARASSES STEVE BANNON)