President Trump has made clear that he does not approve of his aides backing down in public confrontations with leftist tormentors, according to a report by the Washington Post. Two of his senior aides, Kellyanne Conway and Stephen Miller appear to have heeded his advice, taking a firm stand against the enemy.
Miller was chased down and insulted by a leftist bartender after picking up a takeout order at a local restaurant. The bartender shouted at Miller, before subjecting him to a barrage of foul insults, and raising both his middle fingers. Instead of cowering, Miller valiantly stood up to the leftist. In a manner reminiscent of the founding fathers dumping tea into Boston Harbor, Miller chose to take a stand against the leftist goon, disposing of $80 of takeout sushi in protest.
Conway stood similarly strong when a leftist heckler took her photo at a Baltimore Orioles game, before telling her she was famous “for all the wrong reasons”. Rather than fleeing the scene, Conway chose to approach the individual, telling him she was “fluent in ignoramus”, before taking a photo of him and declaring that he was now part of her “collection of underachieving men.”
One aide who drew Trump’s disappointment was White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee-Sanders, who calmly left the Red Hen establishment without any pushback. Trump “voiced dissatisfaction with” Huckabee-Sanders’ submissiveness in this instance, endorsing a policy of active engagement with those seeking to turn public harassment into a political weapon against his administration.
In recent weeks, leftist harassment of current and former Trump officials has reached new heights, with Kirstjen Nielsen, Scott Pruitt, Elaine Chao, Sean Spicer, and Steve Bannon also falling victim. Leading Democrats such as Rep. Maxine Waters (D-CA) have responded with glee, actively encouraging the extreme tactics of the radical left.
Miller in particular has endured numerous incidents as he has emerged as the face of the administration’s immigration policy. The report notes Miller has had insults shouted at him in public as well as had his face put on ‘Wanted’ posters that were littered around his condo building. A few weeks ago, he was jeered at while dining at a Mexican restaurant in Washington, D.C. Not long after, Miller’s neighbors were faced with a noisy protest outside his apartment block, despite Miller himself being in South Carolina at the time.