UF claims students showed 'civility and tolerance' at Trump Jr. event...but video tells a different story
- Protesters at the University of Florida disrupted an event featuring Donald Trump Jr. and former Fox News commentator Kimberly Guilfoyle.
- But UF praised students for their “civility” and “tolerance” and claimed the event proceeded “without disruption.”
- When asked about the apparent contradiction, a UF spokesman admitted to Campus Reform, "there was disruption."
Hundreds of students protested Donald Trump Jr. and Kimberly Guilfoyle at the University of Florida on Thursday, and several dozen who entered the venue attempted to shout over the couple for the entirety of the event.
Protesters yelled expletives at the pair, causing several disruptions throughout the speech. Trump and Guilfoyle’s supporters often responded with chants of “U-S-A.” At least one student was seen leaving the event when security approached her after she stood up during the speech.