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Connecticut parents pull kids from school as Ivanka Trump visits

by Megan Cerullo  |  Published on December 20, 2017

First daughter and presidential adviser Ivanka Trump made a surprise visit to a Connecticut high school—prompting some parents who oppose President Trump’s agenda to yank their kids from classes Monday.

Trump appeared at the Norwalk Early College Academy to talk to its students about the importance of career education.

“To see the passion and enthusiasm for bringing real life skills into a classroom environment but then coupling it with real life experience through internship creates this really beautiful virtuous angle,” she said, News 12 New Jerseyreported.

Parents say they didn’t know that Trump was scheduled to speak to their kids—information they suspect was withheld due to security concerns.

  • 1baronrichsnot1

    connecticut? Ha, connecting stupidity and ignorance into a ball of misinformed crap! What the heck is wrong with those folks? Career ed is a must in todays world, to not consider it or act on it is fatal. Some parents shouldn’t be parents, they will act on this, not act on something as important as their kids future? Doesn’t make even half sense! So bad, so bad! For the kids I mean.

  • texexpatriate

    So the parents are Marxists. Or plain ignorant. Okay. As long as this doesn’t happen in Texas, Oklahoma, or southern Indiana I’m okay with it.

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