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New details about a viral video that showed an interaction between white teenagers wearing “Make America Great Again” hats and a Native American elder are leading some people to second-guess their first impression of the encounter.

A student from Kentucky’s all-male Covington Catholic High School drew backlash online after a clip emerged Saturday of him smiling and standing close to the face of Nathan Phillips, an Omaha elder and Vietnam War veteran, as Phillips sang and beat a drum near the Lincoln Memorial in downtown D.C. on Friday. Other young people standing close by can be seen chanting as they encircle Phillips.

The article goes on to state the following:

Lawmakers, Native American leaders, and the Diocese of Covington and Covington Catholic High School were quick to condemn the boy’s behavior. The school announced it was investigating the situation and said the teen could be expelled.

But a longer video from a different angle shows that Philips was the one to approach the teenagers, taking a left on a landing along the stairway up the Lincoln Memorial and walking directly into the throng of students.

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