Rudy Giuliani Has THIS To College Students Who Can't Handle Trump Victory
Former New York City major and prosecutor Rudy Giuliani has some harsh words for college students who are having so hard of a time dealing with Trump's victory that administrators are rushing to provide them with "healing spaces," therapy dogs, coloring books, and Play-Doh. But he also had some very hopeful words for what he's also seeing happening at college campuses across America. Watch:
What do you think of this?
FOX & FRIENDS: "A number of college campuses are offering therapy dogs, hot cocoa, just so the snowflake students...you know, they're really upset."
GIULIANI: "I can see the Christian brothers doing this for me at Manhattan College."
FOX & FRIENDS: "If you didn't like the way an election came out."
GIULIANI: "Yeah, if I didn't like the way an election came out they were going to give me therapy food. Uh, I think they'd give me something else. The reality is, they're a bunch of spoiled crybabies. And I think I heard someone say, 'We're bringing up a generation of spoiled crybabies.' Most of the kids aren't crying. Most of the kids are going to class. I speak at a lot of college campuses, and what I find is — and this might be a somewhat heartening fact — we are growing up a slightly higher percentage of conservative students than we used to...
FOX & FRIENDS: (affirmative) "Uh-huh."
GIULIANI: "...because they're rebelling against the professors. And if you're looking at the real left-wing loonies on the campus, it's the professors, not the students. So these [crybabies] are probably the ones more influenced by the professors then the other students who are starting to realize, 'Hmm, I've got to get a job when I leave here, and my friend who graduated last year had to take a job for half of what I thought I was going to make.'"
FOX & FRIENDS: (affirmative) "Right."
GIULIANI: "The message Donald Trump got through to a lot of them — a lot more then you'd think."