Filmmaker and author Dinesh D'Souza said the violent protesters who donned masks and set fires at the University of California-Berkeley are an example of a "terrorist element on campus."

D'Souza said such "storm troopers" are a way of driving out dissenters, like Breitbart News editor Milo Yiannopoulos.

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On campus, there's a sense that students need a safe space; or a place to be free from dissenting views, D'Souza said, "they want the whole campus to be a 'safe space'."

"It's not that [college students] reject conservatism, they're not even exposed to it," he said.

D'Souza said many liberals are upset because Trump won by the "rules of the game", so protesters have chosen to obstruct his agenda in "absurd" ways.

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