Students got into an argument over one student's "Make America Great Again" hat, with the other claiming it was anti-immigrant "hate language."
"You have to take the hat off," said Zoe Slusar, a student at Mount Royal University in Calgary, Canada, to the student sporting the trademark hat of the Donald Trump campaign, Matt Linder.
"I'm not allowed to support a political candidate?" Linder asked.
"You're not allowed to share hate language in a university," Slusar said.
When Linder and another man asked what was wrong with the hat, Slusar replied: "Make America Great Again means make America all for white people: no immigrants, no people of different sexual orientation."
"His wife is an immigrant!" the man holding the camera replies, adding that Trump is talking about "illegal immigrants."
Slusar then threatened to write the president of the university if Linder didn't remove the hat.
As the dispute grew more heated, another student grabbed Linder's hat off his head, to which Slusar said "Thank you, thank you, thank you." At the end of the video the man holding the hat says he's keeping it.
Slusar later wrote into CBC saying Linder was allowed to wear the hat, but that she disagrees with what it represents:
"He is allowed to wear the hat," she wrote. "As a student, I disagree with what the hat represents. I have diverse friends (culturally and sexually) who would drop a class if the person wearing the hat was sitting in the room with them, because they would feel unsafe. Given the deeper issues of intolerance and oppression represented by the hat, I disagree with it."