About 20 people protesting Miller’s role in the Trump administration’s “zero tolerance” immigration policy marched about a block to Miller’s CityCenterDC apartment building, handing fliers to spectators along the way.

Miller, who was traveling with President Trump to a campaign rally in Columbia, South Carolina, was not home when the protesters arrived.

“I think humans have the right to privacy, but as a public figure, his actions and policies affect people in their homes and in their lives,” said Sue Udry, a bystander.