This week, Jesse Watters traveled to Columbia University in New York City to ask students about their experiences on the well-known liberal college.

Watters said he hadn't seen as many radicals in one place since 'Woodstock'.

He asked one student why they thought Columbia was such a liberal bastion.



Another student told Watters about his experiences in the classroom after professors find out he voted for President Trump.


Watters asked other students whether Trump's election had any lasting effects on them, and explained how faculty there donated to Democrats over Republicans by a 9:1 ratio.

One student who identified as a liberal, however, had an interesting take on her experiences in class:


Another student reacted to anti-conservative "mob" on campus:


What do you think? Let us know in the comments, and check out Watters' recent trip to a very special Spring Break destination.


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