President Trump called out the left-wing “Antifa” during a talk in Washington, D.C. Thursday.
Charlie Kirk asked the president what conservative students should do when people try to come after their free speech rights.
“What advice do you have for young patriots, and conservatives on campus that support your agenda that are being ridiculed and silenced because of administrators that are clamping down on free speech?”
“I think the numbers are actually much different than people think,” Trump said. “I think we have a lot of support. If they have one campus or two campuses and we know what they are, it gets all the publicity. We have campuses where you have a vast majority of people that are, perhaps like many people in this room. You could call it conservative, you call it whatever you want, but they’re people that want free speech. If you look at what is going on with free speech, with the super left, with Antifa, with all of these characters.”
“I’ll tell you what–they get a lot of publicity. But you go to the real campuses and you go all over the country, you go out to the middle west, you go out, even to the coasts in many cases, we have a tremendous support. I would say we have majority support. I think it’s highly overblown. Highly overblown.” Trump said.