Immigration staff turned away thousands at an entry point, concerned that they would commit criminal or security crimes.
Protesters played drums and threw biodegradable confetti while chanting “Stephen Miller, what a villain, locking up immigrant children.”
“All we have to do is say, ‘Enough of this nonsense,’ and say, ‘Unite the families,’ and this goes away,” he said.
Remembering how stoking fears of immigration helped his 2016 presidential run, Trump looked to Miller these last two weeks for help.
The worst anti-Semitic attack in American history occurred while Jews around the world were reading the Torah portion about an immigrant.
The beloved custodian of Bet Torah in Mt.Kisco, New York was deported to Mexico — and his congregation is fighting to bring him back to his family.
“People were yelling at us for being Jews, and for not being Jews the way they want us to be Jews.”
He advocated for cutting the number of refugees allowed in the U.S. to the lowest level in 40 years.
Stephen Miller’s childhood rabbi denounced the divisive White House aide during Rosh Hashanah services at the synagogue where he once worshipped.
Reports emerged of American citizens born near the Texas border being denied U.S. passports, or being asked to produce obscure documents.