WP: adviser to trump publicly insulted after buying food in the restaurant

MOSCOW, 10 Jul — RIA Novosti. Advisor to the President of the United States Donald trump Steven Miller collided with insults after I bought dinner at the restaurant, reports the Washington Post.

As writes the edition, one evening, Miller went to a restaurant near his home and ordered sushi with a cost of $ 80. When he took the order and left the restaurant employee followed him and publicly insulted him and then showed two middle fingers.

According to the newspaper, later the Miller told his colleagues that he was furious and threw the land, fearing that someone in the restaurant, spat or poisoned his food.

This is not the first time that current or former White house staff had been insulted. According to the newspaper, last week a former adviser to trump on strategic issues Stephen Bannon reviewed the book in an antique bookstore in Richmond when the woman started shouting insults at him. The shop owner was forced to ask a woman to leave or otherwise he threatened to call the police.

At lunch time subsequently the resigned head of the US Agency for environmental protection (EPA) Scott Pruitt with his assistant in the café, a woman approached him and said that he should leave the post.

In June, a crowd of demonstrators followed the head of the Ministry of internal security of the United States Kirsten Nielsen to a Mexican restaurant to Express their dissatisfaction with the separation of families of illegal migrants. “Shame!” — protesters shouted, while Nielsen was sitting at the table.

Also recently the owner of the Red Hen restaurant in Virginia Stephanie Wilkinson was asked to leave the institution of the press Secretary the White house Sarah Sanders, after listening to the requests of their employees.