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Senior adviser to the president Stephen Miller told White House colleagues that he threw out $80 in takeout sushi after a bartender from the restaurant he ordered from flipped him off.

The bartender reportedly followed Miller out of the restaurant after he picked up his sushi order, yelled out his name, and raised both middle fingers and cursed after Miller turned around, according to the Washington Post.

A few months before that incident, people yelled, “Better be better,” at the Trump adviser as he walked through Dupont Circle in Washington D.C.

The article goes on to state the following:

In another incident, Miller’s face was printed on “Wanted” posters placed on lampposts in the area near his City Center apartment.

Other members of the Trump administration have experienced public backlash, stemming from Trump’s zero tolerance immigration policy that became the center of the media’s attention last month. Rep. Maxine Waters, D-Calif., egged on the public confrontations in June by telling people to make Trump administration officials feel unwelcome in public.

The Washington post had reported:

One night, after Miller ordered $80 of takeout sushi from a restaurant near his apartment, a bartender followed him into the street and shouted, “Stephen!” When Miller turned around, the bartender raised both middle fingers and cursed at him, according to an account Miller has shared with White House colleagues. Outraged, Miller threw the sushi away, he later told his colleagues.

The article does not state the exact date of the bar incident, but indicates it was a “few months ago.” To weigh in on this information provided by WASHINGTONEXAMINER.COM, engage in our LIVE CHAT below. Scroll down.

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