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Bill Miller attracting customers with chicken sandwich combo amid controversy

The popular SA-headquartered restaurant is minding its business, literally.

SAN ANTONIO — *Editor's note: Attached video is from a story that aired on August 7, 2019. 

Regardless of whether you lean to the left or lean to the right, all Bill Miller Bar-B-Q Restaurant cares about is you leaning into one of their delicious crispy chicken sandwiches. 

The SA-headquartered restaurant is minding its business, literally, amid recent political controversy and social controversy over who has the best chicken sandwich.

Earlier this month, Congressman Joaquin Castro (D-TX) tweeted a list of President Donald Trump's largest supporters from San Antonio. Among the list of San Antonio's top donors was Balous Miller, the owner of Bill Miller BBQ. 

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Governor Abbott seemed to slyly respond the next day by tweeting out a photo enjoying the restaurant's food. 

Weeks later, the restaurant is hoping to draw in customers, regardless of their political affiliations, with a special chicken sandwich deal.

This week, Chick-fil-A, Wendy's, Popeyes, and other fast-food chains engaged in a twitter war over who had the top sandwich.

Chick-fil-A tweeted out their thoughts on the chain's original chicken sandwich. 

Then Popeyes Chicken challenged Chick-fil-A's declaration. 

Meanwhile, Wendy's seemed to declare its dominance stating: "Y'all out here fighting about which of these fools has the second best chicken sandwich."

Wednesday morning, the restaurant jumped into the chicken sandwich feud with a deal of their own. "Our crispy chicken sandwich combo [is] back on special this week!"

For $5.55, customers can enjoy a large sweet tea, a crispy chicken sandwich and a side of fries. The deal is available through August 25.

That's a deal we think all parties can agree on!

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