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:
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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."