Dozens of students marched out of their own graduation ceremony as Vice President Mike Pence took the stage at the University of Notre Dame.

As an administrator finished introducing Pence, several students got up and walked out before the vice president could begin speaking.

Seconds before the students walked out, the administrator said that people could disagree with Pence's politics but still respect him as an official.

"Even those who disagree with Mike Pence recognize him as a man of principle. I do as well," the administrator said.


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Pence was praised by the administrator as a great representative of Indiana over his tenure in public life.

Students could be seen holding their diplomas and walking out with stern looks on their faces.

Pence seemed unfazed by the display and began his speech seemingly as planned.

Watch the clip above.


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