WATCH: College Students Are Livid About Trump’s Supreme Court Choice, Even Though He Hasn’t Made It Yet

President Trump is set to release who is going to fill the seat of retiring Supreme Court Justice Anthony Kennedy on Monday night at 9 p.m. Despite the announcement not even being made yet, college students are livid about his choice. You know, the choice he hasn’t even made yet.

Campus Reform did what they do best and went to New York University to expose the naivety of college students. They got the student’s opinions of how they felt about Kennedy’s replacement.

Some of the students were very exact about how they felt about Kennedy’s imaginary replacement. “He’s quite extreme in his views,” one student said. Another student said, “I saw it all over the news, that he’s like racist.”

This is absolutely hysterical. Check out the video.

College students are livid about something that hasn’t happened

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