‘Proud’ to be American?

Students struggle to answer

Students and other young people walking around the Georgetown area of Washington, D.C., struggled to say whether they were “proud” to be American ahead of 4th of July weekend.

Ophelie Jacobson, a reporter with Campus Reform — a conservative news site and higher-education watchdog — walked around Georgetown asking young people in the area whether they were proud to be American and whether the United States is the greatest country in the world.

“I feel sorry for those young students,” Lily Tang Williams, an American citizen who immigrated from China, told “Fox & Friends” on Saturday in response to the video. “They remind me of my past, living in communist China for 23 years, and I was indoctrinated to believe everything the government told me and that Chairman Mao [Zedong] told me.”


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