Democratic Rep. Steve Cohen wants President Trump's senior policy adviser Stephen Miller out of the White House.
Cohen, who represents parts of Memphis, Tenn., celebrated on Twitter the recent departures of Trump strategist Steve Bannon and President Trump's deputy assistant Sebastian Gorka.
"Sebastian Gorka, a fiery nationalist and Bannon ally, abruptly exits White House 2 down and 1 to go. Stephen Miller!" Cohen tweeted.
Gorka left the White House Friday evening — the White House says he was fired while Gorka contends he resigned. The former Breitbart writer was a contentious figure, with his influence and credentials to be a national security adviser to Trump often questioned by the media and experts in the field. He was perhaps best known for being willing to fight for Trump on cable news and in the media.
Bannon was dismissed from the White House a week before Gorka's departure.
Stephen Miller, a former communications aide to Attorney General Jeff Sessions when Sessions was in the Senate, is seen as a driving force behind some of Trump's more protectionist policies, including his anti-immigration rhetoric.
Miller has been criticized by Democrats for his over-the-top condemnation of Trump critics during media appearances and press conferences.