's anti-immigration aide Stephen Miller personally intervened in cases to ...

's fanatical anti-immigration aide Stephen Miller has personally intervened in cases to push for deportation and low-level officials have been ordered not to speak to him because of his volcanic temper 's Senior Adviser Stephen  Miller has been meticulously handling individual immigration cases  Miller's reach in the administration has influenced  a lot of immigration policy, including the travel ban, zero-tolerance immigration policies and DHS personnel purge   DHS officials have warned lower-level employees not to directly speak to Miller and instead send his calls up the chain of command  The initiative to 'protect' these lower-level officials  comes after phone calls where Miller would loudly press for individual deportations

By Katelyn Caralle, U.s. Political Reporter For Dailymail.com

Published: 19:32 BST, 22 April 2019 | Updated: 20:43 BST, 22 April 2019

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 Senior advisor to President Donald Stephen Miller is so devoted to hard-line immigration stances he spends some of his time micro-managing individual deportation cases.

Along with pressuring Homeland Security officials to change immigration rules, Miller has shown increasing interest in how individual cases are handled.

'At one point, he wanted us to be releasing press releases every day about the people we had detained and their criminal status,' a former Department of Homeland Security official told Politico. 'We were constantly doing a dance just to remain in a legal place.'

Releasing such personal information is not usually practiced unless the immigrant has been convicted or charged with a crime as to not interfere with breaching privacy and possibly preventing a fair trial.

President Donald Trump's senior aides Stephen Miller, who has far reach in the administration's immigration policies, chooses to spend some of his administrative time intervening in individual deportation cases

President Donald 's senior aides Stephen Miller, who has far reach in the administration's immigration policies, chooses to spend some of his administrative time intervening in individual deportation cases

Lower-level Homeland Security officials have been told not to speak with Miller regarding the cases, and instead send his calls to be dealt with by higher up officials

Lower-level Homeland Security officials have been told not to speak with Miller regarding the cases, and instead send his calls to be dealt with by higher up officials

Officials also described a scene from 2017 where Miller was on the phone aggressively pressing administration officials on the other line to deport an immigrant who had been obtained by authorities.

Miller was behind the recent purge where then-DHS Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen resigned and U.S. Secret Service Director Randolph Tex Alles was fired. Claire

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