'Guilty of Kidnapping 2,500 Children': Protesters Hand Out 'Missing' and 'Wanted' Posters at Stephen Miller's DC Home

Jessica Corbett, staff writer
Although senior adviser Stephen Miller has been a driving force behind the Trump administration’s immigration agenda—most notably, the so-called “zero tolerance” policy that separated thousands of families at the Southern border—he has mostly avoided the spotlight. Critics of the family separation policy, however, gathered outside Miller’s luxury Washington, D.C. apartment to distribute “missing persons” and “wanted” flyers that draw attention to the senior adviser’s influence.
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