The president’s reputation is too bad, and academics shunned it. Harvard students jointly petition to boycott Trump officials
The two major events that have attracted much attention in the United States recently are the presidential election and the new crown epidemic. Directly related to these two things, Trump, who still insists on his final term, seems to be slowly retreating from the stage. But in his four years in power, many of his speeches will be remembered by Americans. Including now, even if the curtain calls, Trump will choose to turn around gorgeously, his words and deeds can still cause a sensation.
The sensation is a sensation. Some relatively sane people still prefer not to hear Trump’s news again, even the voices of Trump’s officials To.
On November 19, the “Daily Mail” reported that the Trump administration was “banned” from a joint petition by Harvard students.
According to the Harvard Crimson News, this joint petition was drafted by many students from the Harvard Graduate School of Arts and Sciences. It is not clear how many students are petitioning Bookmarked the name. The”ban” means to prevent Trump administration officials from entering Harvard University for teaching, lectures, and school visits.
But after the news was exposed, Trump officials immediately expressed anger, and many officials immediately criticized the behavior. Trump officials said that Harvard University students initiated a petition for”McCarthyism” (accusing others of unfaithfulness, subversion, and treason without sufficient evidence).
Harvard Law School, Honorary Law Professor Allen Dershowitz described the petition as”new McCarthyism.” Allen was a member of Trump’s legal team during the senator’s impeachment trial, and he is a big fan of Trump. He responded on behalf of the Trump camp that he will challenge any ban.
He said:“If this petition is approved, he will represent any Trump official seeking to visit the Harvard campus.” According to US media reports, in 2006 In 1 year, Allen helped facilitate a controversial trial. After being charged by the FBI, he was released after only 13 months in jail.
After Allen, the White House Press Secretary Carey McCartney, she is also A graduate of Harvard Law School, she expressed the hope that school administrators can withdraw the relevant petition, because academic groups should be a bastion of freedom of speech. McCartney said:”I will be happy to return to campus and challenge this petition.”
Republican Senator Ben Sass from Nebraska also responded to McCartney’s words:”Not only should schools not be afraid of free and open debate, but they should welcome it. The whole point of education is to give you ideas that you haven’t mastered.”
Sa Sis was once the president of Midland University, and he compared the students who signed the petition to”ideological extremists.” In his opinion, it seems that these students dare not listen to Trump’s supportive remarks. He said:”It is a timid act not to listen to the opponent’s voice!”
In the face of these authority and internal opposition and accusations, Harvard University also made concessions, but did not withdraw the petition. According to Fox News, after being accused by Trump officials, the original document of the petition was adjusted. It is said to be a direct prohibition and adjusted to require that”Trump officials need to be held accountable before entering the school to assume a role in teaching, speaking or visiting school.”
p style=”text-align:start”> According to reports, the revised The petition was approved by Harvard Medical School and Seminary students. But for the petition to take effect, every college student needs to vote. Harvard students did not stop because of the blame.