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Trump-mania continues to sweep the nation, even showing up on college campuses … but a Tulane University fraternity found out the hard way that tolerance for differing opinions can be in short supply.
The pro-Trump Kappa Alpha fraternity got creative in showing their support for Republican presidential front-runner Donald Trump by building a wall in front of their fraternity house, according to The Hayride.
The wall was made out of sandbags and featured Trump’s iconic campaign slogan, “Make America Great Again.”
But this wall did not stand for long.
The video below captures several young black men tearing down the wall while fraternity members reminded them that it’s private property. The Hayride identified the vandals as “a supposed group of Tulane football players,” but it’s not clear if that’s factual.
Nevertheless, it’s not easy being a Trump supporter these days on America’s college campuses.
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