Watters Goes to Princeton to Find Out How Sensitive College Kids Really Are
The report that college students felt threatened by seeing chalk scrawlings of "Trump 2016" around campus has played into the perception that college students today can be very sensitive.
Jesse Watters went to Princeton University in New Jersey to see how they reacted to certain words.
Watch the segment above and check out some highlights below.
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I bet you get called "ghetto" all the time.
You can't say "broad." That's offensive to women.
When Trump says 'Make America Great Again,' how does that make you feel?
Do you think you have white privilege?
You wanna apologize for that?
"Um, that's a very loaded question."
Is that a sexual reference?