The American flag is under attack at another college campus after a student government voted to restrict its presence.

The University of California-Davis' student senate voted to allow the Stars & Stripes to be removed from its meetings, "Fox & Friends" reported.

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Writing that "patriotism is different for every individual," the student senate made the appearance of the flag optional.

Pete Hegseth pointed out that the senate appeared to say that there would be instances where the flag's presence was inappropriate.

"We've got patriotism triggering people now," Campus Reform reporter Cabot Phillips remarked.

In a statement, Student Senator Jose Antonio Meneses further clarified that the flag was not banned from meetings, but only had its mandated presence lifted.

Phillips said the vote was not an isolated incident, recalling a situation in New Mexico where a student was forced to remove a flag from his dormitory window.

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