Watters Asks Students at Trump's Alma Mater About Tax Cuts
Jesse Watters visited President Trump's alma mater to see what this generation of students thinks about the Trump administration's tax cuts for them.
Not all students at the University of Pennsylvania's Wharton School were proud of their school's most famous alumnus.
The "vibe" at Wharton is "high-energy," one student said, as President Trump has described himself.
A couple of students said the administration's proposed plan for "massive tax relief" sounded great.
But another student said she was "not so proud" to be going to the same school as the president.
One student had to be reminded that Trump is pro-gay marriage.
A student sporting a feather boa said he thinks Wharton's most famous graduate is not Trump, but Noam Chomsky, a far-left philosopher.