As the spring semester concludes and many collegians near their graduation, current and former politicians will deliver speeches at some ceremonies.
Still bitter? Joe Biden criticized President Trump, although not by name, for things such as ‘hate speech,’ ‘fringe ideologies’ and the ‘forces of populism.’
One Trump administration official was invited to speak at a top-100 university (Mike Pence), when eleven Obama officials were invited to speak at commencement.
Vice President Mike Pence spoke about free speech and differing opinions at Notre Dame, yet 100 students out of over 3,100 walked out in protest of Pence and Trump.
Liberals outnumber conservatives by large margins when it comes to commencement ceremony speaking gigs.
Linda Sarsour is not a terrorist, claimed two rabbis in an op-ed. Sarsour is an anti-Israel activist and will be speaking at CUNY’s commencement this year.
Trump’s Department of Education Secretary, Betsy DeVos, was booed by graduating students and they turned their backs to her as she delivered her commencement address at Bethune-Cookman University.
Mike Pence is not welcome at Notre Dame, at least that is what some activist students are saying. They claimed that they feel “unsafe” with Vice President Pence giving a commencement address at Notre Dame.
Mike Pence and a Republican attorney general are the only Republican politicians speaking at commencements of top 100 universities. The other 98 universities feature Clinton supporters, liberals, and Democratic Party politicians.
The College Fix dug up an interesting fact: Barack Obama had been invited to give three commencement speeches his first year in office, while President Donald Trump has only been invited to speak at the…