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Tuesday, April 13, 2021
<p><span id="docs-internal-guid-6f1e7e43-7fff-3592-ba36-b438019df8e3"><span>Jasmine Linares, a 21-year-old biology junior, marches alongside other protesters opposing Donald Trump Jr.'s speech Thursday night.</span></span></p>

Jasmine Linares, a 21-year-old biology junior, marches alongside other protesters opposing Donald Trump Jr.'s speech Thursday night.

A protester hoisted a sign reading “Three I’s for Trump: impeach, indict, imprison,” above the crowd.

Others carried “Murphy + Fuchs resign,” and “Don’t give my student fees to Nazis.” 

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Natalie Fernandez, 19-year-old UF Arabic and Middle Eastern Studies junior, yells at Charlie Kirk, Turning Point USA founder, during the protest Thursday. Kirk walked into the middle of the protest, taking pictures with fans and taunting protesters. When asked what he thought about the protesters, he responded “I don’t mind. We all have different opinions, theirs are just wrong and mine are right.”

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Fernandez and Alexander Lee, a 19-year-old material science and engineering sophomore, protest outside of University Auditorium Thursday during the speaking event for Donald Trump Jr.

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Raemi Eagle Glenn, a Gainesville attorney, waves a flag in support of President Trump Thursday. Glenn said she came to support Trump as a feminist and as a businesswoman.

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