Miller - the champion and partial architect of the Trump administration's "zero tolerance" policy that separated more than 2,000 children from their parents since April and now detains many of them in cages- dined out at Espita Mezcaleria in Washington, DC on Sunday, as protests grew over the policy.
White House advisor Stephen Miller is widely seen as the mastermind behind President Donald Trump's controversial policy of separating parents from their children at the United States southern border.
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. One outside White House adviser has called Miller a Nazi and Rep. Mike Coffman (R-Colo.) urged Trump to fire him on Thursday.
It's against our policies to share other people's private information on Twitter, including directly linking to that information.
"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.
Soon enough, Twitter began to remove some tweets featuring Miller's phone number or links to the article containing Miller's number, which greatly angered journalists from Splinter News who have since written an article about their original article being "censored". Yesterday, Splinter, a news and opinion site that was previously known as Fusion, published Miller's personal cell phone number.