What triggered the latest controversy surrounding the microblogging site is a story titled "Here's Stephen Miller's Cell Phone Number, If You Need It" published by Gizmodo Media Group-owned news and opinion site Splinter.
The Times, which spoke to Miller on the record, said it conducted an "extended interview" with Miller over the weekend for an article about the Trump administration's zero-tolerance immigration policy, which includes taking kids away from their parents as they cross the U.S. -Mexico border.
"No nation can have the policy that whole classes of people are immune from immigration law or enforcement", Miller said, "It was a simple decision by the administration to have a zero tolerance policy for illegal entry, period". Twitter's guidelines say users "may not publish or post other people's private information without their express authorization and permission".
The publishing of Mr. Miller personal information online, a controversial practice called "doxing", resulted in Splinter News and staffers who shared the article being temporarily suspended from Twitter.
Users who shared Miller's number were forced to delete the tweet and had their accounts locked out for several hours.
"As long as the president allows Steve Miller and others to run the show down there, we're never gonna get anywhere", said South Carolina GOP Sen.
But bowing to public pressure, the US President on Wednesday signed an executive order that reverses the separation policy.
But the deal fell apart later when the White House insisted on including other Trump priorities on immigration in the package. House Judiciary Committee Chairman Bob Goodlatte, R-Va, said he "absolutely" would continue the immigration push.
After holding off Brazil in their opening contest, Switzerland will be eager to pick up their first win at the expense of Serbia . Xhaka's parents are originally from Kosovo and they are of Albanian heritage.
Additionally, it plans to cut general and administrative costs, and has hired a consultant to help in this area. Johnson confirmed Tuesday that China may one day be a larger market for Starbucks than the U.S.
If any team should be seen as a smart outside bet for a place in the Final on July 15th, it should be Uruguay . One reason why you shouldn't trust a group table during World Cups is because it often paints a wrong picture.
England trained behind closed doors on Friday ahead of departing to Nizhny Novgorod on Saturday for the Panama fixture. England's Fabian Delph is ready to miss a World Cup match to be at the birth of his third child.
Corden said it was the "most attractive story" he had ever heard, before singing a teary rendition of the song. We never thought we'd get emotional watching an episode of " Carpool Karaoke ", but here we are.
The government is giving provinces and territories, as well as municipalities, 17 weeks to set up the new marijuana marketplace. When asked if the government is considering amnesty or pardons for people who have criminal records for marijuana crimes, Ms.
Tehran gave a small exception to the stadium ban in 2015, allowing some women to watch a volleyball game, according to Fox News. The Asians now sit on top spot in their group, with the two Iberian sides having played out a 3-3 draw.
Iran is usually not part of the committee, which includes Russia , Saudi Arabia, the UAE, Oman, Kuwait, Algeria and Venezuela. Any decision to increase production during Friday's meeting is expected to see crude oil prices fall further.
What's more , unlike Trump's other trade spats, there are (arguably) real national interests at stake in his showdown with China. That means things like tourism and education, industries from which the United States benefits a lot more than China does.
Favourites to lift the World Cup in July, Brazil got off to a disappointing start against Switzerland in Rostov-on-Don. We didn't deserve to end with a draw.
Romelu Lukaku, Eden Hazard give BEL big win
Wahbi Khazri bagged a late consolation for Tunisia , but it did little to take the shine off a memorable result for Belgium . With the last touch of the half, Lukaku reimbursed their two-goal advantage with a deft chip over an advancing Ben Mustapha.
Trump to sign decree to end migrant family separations
Trump has made immigration a signature issue of his administration, and he blames Democrats for the situation at the border. Nielsen is on her way to the White House to discuss the order with the president and his team.
Virginia Officials Warn of Dangerous Invasive Plant
Giant hogweed is one of three plants defined in Virginia as a Tier 1 noxious weed and is heavily regulated. Touching the plant can cause severe burns, a reaction making skin sensitive to light, and even blindness.
Crypto exchange loses $31m from hack
A single Bitcoin is now valued at roughly $6,700, having rebounded slightly since the Coinrail Bitcoin heist lows. It's estimated that 40 billion won, or $37.28 million, worth of cryptocurrencies was stolen.
China won’t stand for Trump’s trade war and bullying tactics
They also threatened a second round of tariffs on some $4.3 billion worth of U.S. products if the dispute was not resolved. European consumers would be able to find "alternatives", European Commission vice-president for trade Jyrki Katainen said.
Spain beat Iran 1-0 with Costa's third goal of World Cup
Diego Costa's third goal in two matches at the World Cup has lifted Spain to a 1-0 win over a stubborn Iran side Wednesday. The Carlos Queiroz's men will be hoping to beat the La Rojo so as to top the group after beating Morocco 1-0 on Friday.
Meghan Markle's Ascot dress is a nod to her wedding gown
The Queen said of the races in the program, according to The Telegraph : "My family and I greatly look forward to Royal Ascot ". It has now been reported that the Duchess of Sussex's dad was reportedly paid £7,500 for the tell-all interview .