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President Trump Announces Executive Order Protecting Free Speech on College Campuses

President Trump while addressing CPAC for over two hours on Saturday announced that he will be signing an executive order protecting free speech on college campuses, and also requiring them to do so.

As earlier reported here at The DC Patriot, President Trump praised Hayden Williams who was violently attacked and punched in the face multiple times by a deranged liberal about a month ago on the UC Berkeley campus.

The president first praised Williams for taking a “hard punch in the face for all of us.”

“I turned on my television the other day and I saw somebody that was violently punched in the face… and I said that’s disgusting,” Trump said.

Williams took the stage at the president’s request and spoke to the crowd:

“There are so many conservative students across the country that are facing discrimination and harassment and worse if they dare to speak up on campus so I’m glad that we could bring this to the forefront and I’d just like to say if these socialist progressives had their way they would put our constitution through the paper shredder in a heartbeat so it’s as important now than ever to work at Leadership Institute and Campus Reform exposing these liberal abuses to the public,” Williams said.

President Trump then made this announcement.

“Today I am proud to announce that I will be very soon signing an executive order requiring colleges and universities to support free speech if they want federal research dollars,” the president said to the CPAC audience. -DJT

“If they want our dollars, and we give it to them by the billions, they’ve got to allow people like Hayden and many other great young people and old people, to speak, free speech,” said Trump. “If they don’t, it will be very costly. That will be signed very soon.” -DJT

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