On Saturday, President Trump gave the commencement address to the class of 2017 at Liberty University in southside Virginia.

Trump told the graduates to "demand the best" from themselves and to be "unafraid to challenge entrenched interests" on the road to success.

Prior to Trump's address, Jesse Watters traveled to Lynchburg to find out what the students thought of the president being named their graduation speaker.


He asked the students about Liberty University's mission:


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Watters also asked about the social scene on campus.

Compared to other colleges, the students said Liberty was a little different on weekend nights:


He also asked whether the students at the Christian university thought Trump was a believer in Jesus Christ.

Trump said at several campaign rallies that his favorite book was the Bible despite his common praise for his 1987 "Art of the Deal."


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