The point is they were both offended in this instance. He handled it poorly and apparently the OP's daughter while offended handled it better. Why is it ok for her to be offended and not him.
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If this is a public high school , then no. I believe that would be a First Amendment violation. A code of conduct does not trump (pardon the expression) the Constitution. It's AMAZING how many people don't understand that.
But if he's elected, the high school boy feels Trump will enforce current immigration laws to deport those here illegally, including the Op's daughter. Since we know she isn't here illegally, but in fact is an American citizen, that is why enforcing current illegal immigrant laws against her are no real threat.
going back about 150 yrs to bring up an example is not very convincing that in today's modern times Trump would try to deport American citizens, and that is the basis of the comment in question- that Trump, if elected, desires to deport those here illegally. To my knowledge, Trump has never campaigned on the idea of deporting American citizens.
I think way too much emphasis is being placed on the political statement regarding deportation .
I just meant that was where all of the focus was being placed and there were other things being overlooked by placing all the emphasis on one statement.