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Sandra Smith and Jesse Watters will react to the new game room on Kashuv the last comments in this week’s Wednesday with Watters’ segment.
Fox News ” Jesse Watters criticized, a critic of the Parkland shooting survivors Kyle Kashuv, the comrades in the comparison of the students to be very shooter killer in its class. But he defended the Harvard choice Kashuv, said the young man must “bear the consequences.”
“You don’t kick, he is a kid like that, if below. He is a grown man and it is irresponsible to smear him so,” Watters said on Wednesday on “The story with Martha MacCallum” to call MSNBC post David Jolly “a joke.”
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Jolly said on Tuesday that social media messages sound written by Kashuv as those of a mass-shooter, while the teen “deserves a closer look”, whether the pro-Second Amendment supporters should be able to buy a gun.
Kashuv said Monday on Twitter that Harvard rescinded its approval in accordance with the recent resurfacing of racist and offensive remarks, which he described as “offensive,” “stupid” and “inflammatory.”
The student said he made the comments before the mass shooting — which, he says, made him a different person and he apologized on Monday in an interview with Fox News’ Ed Henry.
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Watters Harvard election secured the teen, and said, the adoption of Kashuv means “good” for the University.
“Harvard can do what he wants. It has no obligation to adopt this child, you can withdraw, for some reason,” said Watters. “He is a top-class young man, obviously a very bright man, but I don’t think it’s Harvard is a good for someone who has the inflammatory profile in the community.
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“Sometimes life is about the consequences for what you do, and I’m sure he will be successful later in life,” Watters added.