Border patrol to probe ‘totally unacceptable’ retweets of Stephen Miller posts

U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) said on Saturday that it would shut down a West Texas border

patrol account that shared far-right tweets from Stephen Miller.

Miller was a senior White House adviser who was a key architect of former President Trump's immigration policy.

Chris Magnus, the commissioner of CBP, said that the content that was retweeted had been taken down

and that the Office of Professional Responsibility was looking into the situation.

"Totally unacceptable and disappointing that any CBP Twitter account was used to R/T offensive, unauthorised content,

" Magnus wrote on Twitter. "This can't keep happening."