Trump Jr. tears into the current college culture (VIDEO)


Donald Trump Jr. was in Alabama on Thursday, speaking at a benefit dinner for Faulkner University. In statements made during the event, he ripped into America’s universities and colleges.

Trump Jr. said college professors are teaching students “how to become … actual fascist[s],” and criticized the fact that statements like “our founders were great people” had become hate speech in some schools.

During his 35-minute speech, the first son said there is a political climate in some universities which leaves President Trump’s supporters timid about admitting they voted for him. He told the audience that before the election, “I was amazed at the people who came up to me and whispered that they were going to vote for my father.”

Speaking on the tenor of college campuses today, he said they seem to want to teach students “how to pretend to be an anti-fascist and how to become an actual fascist.”

Trump Jr. also attacked “spineless” college administrators and faculty, as he says they aren’t trying to rein in the madness,” and tend to give in to demands.

He lamented that hatred has become “socially acceptable,” and used comedian Kathy Griffin’s photo – which featured a fake severed head that resembled President Donald J. Trump – as an example.

Trump Jr. did not take questions from the audience after his remarks.

Faulkner University is a private, Christian liberal arts school in Montgomery, Ala. Trump Jr.’s speech was part of a sold-out, annual fundraiser for Faulkner University, with general admission set at $150. Top-level sponsors were able to take a picture with Trump Jr. after the event.



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