Trump Campaign Spotlights Patriotic UNC Students in New Ad

Trump Campaign Spotlights Patriotic UNC Students in New Ad

Former President Donald Trump has released a campaign advertisement that highlights the actions of students at the University of North Carolina Chapel Hill. The ad showcases the students, particularly those from the Pi Kappa Phi fraternity, who displayed the American flag during a campus protest involving pro-Palestinian demonstrators. The students' response came after the American flag was replaced with a Palestinian flag during the protest. The ad includes footage of the incident, as well as scenes of counter-protests at other college campuses, including the University of Mississippi.

The advertisement has garnered attention beyond social media, leading to the creation of a GoFundMe campaign aimed at throwing the UNC fraternity "a Rager." The fundraiser has amassed significant funds, exceeding $500,000, with contributions from notable figures such as billionaire investor Bill Ackman. Additionally, country star John Rich has expressed support by offering to perform at a free concert to celebrate the fraternity's actions.

White House Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre addressed the incident, underscoring the right of Americans to engage in peaceful protest but condemning the forceful removal of the American flag. The situation on college campuses has sparked varied reactions, with some social media users criticizing the conduct of certain counter-protesters for their provocative chants and actions. Meanwhile, the Trump campaign has framed the student actions as a stand against anti-Semitic and leftist activism.


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