Students at New York University recently expressed their disdain over President Trump's pick to replace Supreme Court Associate Justice Anthony Kennedy.

The only problem is, he hasn't announced his nominee yet.

Campus Reform Media Director Cabot Phillips, who interviewed the students, said Sunday on "Fox & Friends" that many people seek to quickly show their hatred for President Trump the moment they hear his name.

"Other people, I think they just want to go along with the flow and make themselves sound intelligent and smart," he said.


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President Trump has said he'll name a candidate on July 9, but many students criticized the nonexistent nominee when asked for their opinion, Phillips reported.

Americans should give the president a chance, Phillips said Sunday, at least long enough to actually let him announce his Supreme Court selection.

"These are the people, keep in mind, who consider themselves to be the most open-minded, the most tolerant," he said.

Per Phillips' report, one student said that he saw the pick "all over the news" and that the selection is someone who is racist.

Another student said that the reportedly "racist" nominee is "starting a new wave of something very negative."

Watch more from "Fox & Friends" above and watch the interesting student takes on the yet-to-be announced pick below.


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