Only in America
▪ A New Jersey high school edited out several pro-Trump messages from the student yearbook. Wall Township High School junior Grant Berardo wore a “Make America Great Again” shirt for his class photo, but was depicted wearing a blank T-shirt. His was one of at least three profiles to be edited. S chool district officials said they were investigating a “possible violation of First Amendment rights.”
▪ A different New Jersey high school removed two anti- Trump artworks from a student art exhibition. Liam Shea was told by Morristown High’s principal that people “weren’t too happy” with his depiction of a pig-faced Trump next to a burning American flag. Another student’s painting was also removed. Shea’s mother said the school had censored political views. “That’s what art is for,” she said.