‘The terror hotspots were Trump rallies’: Former White House official slammed after attacking Biden on Twitter
Donald Trump speaking with supporters at a "Make America Great Again" campaign rally at Phoenix Goodyear Airport in Goodyear, Arizona. (Gage Skidmore)

Stephen Miller, perhaps the most despised member of the Trump administration who is not the former president, apparently decided to test the waters of his personal Twitter account just hours after Joe Biden was sworn in to office as the 46th President.

It did not go well.

"Today, @POTUS pledged to be a president for all Americans," he tweeted about President Joe Biden. "It's unclear how all Americans are served by opening travel from terror hot spots, proposing a giant amnesty, or halting the installation of security barriers along the Southwest border."

He was immediately "ratioed," Twitter slang for getting significantly more comments than retweets or likes.

Currently, his tweet has over 9000 comments, but just 1600 retweets and just 700 likes.

Miller, who has been characterized as a white nationalist and a white supremacist, is responsible for some of President Trump's worst policies. Among them, separating children from their parents at the border to intentionally terrorize them into telling others from Central America to not attempt to enter the U.S.

He was also the architect of Trump's Muslim ban.

Here are some of the responses.