CNN Host To David Hogg: What Kind Of "Dumbass Colleges" Don't Want You?

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On Friday's broadcast of New Day, CNN anchor Alisyn Camerota was "stunned" that colleges rejected David Hogg. She said they were "dumbass colleges."

"David, I am stunned that four colleges rejected you. What kind of dumbass colleges don't want you? I mean you've taken the country by storm. How do you explain this? Did they reject you before the Parkland massacre? Or how do you explain this?" a flabbergasted Camerota said.

Hogg told Camerota he may take a gap year to support candidates on the campaign trail.





CAMEROTA: David, I am stunned that four colleges rejected you. What kind of dumbass colleges don't want you? I mean you've taken the country by storm. How do you explain this? Did they reject you before the Parkland massacre? Or how do you explain this?

HOGG: They rejected me about -- let me think, about two weeks ago, most of them. It was UCLA and UCSD. I -- the way I explain it is, we have a heavily impacted university system in America. And I think there's a lot of really good candidates that don't get into college. And I think it goes to show that regardless of whether or not you get into college, you can still change the world. The hardest part is just believing that you can and continuing that effort to change the world, because you eventually will.

CAMEROTA: David, I know that you haven't been spending much time back at Parkland high school. You've obviously been -- this has become your mission. We've seen you on the media a lot. Are you going to go to college in September?

HOGG: That's a good question. I'm thinking about it. But I may be taking a gap here at this point to work on the campaign trail on a candidate basis, not as -- not just working for Democrats, not just working for Republicans, because there's Democrats that are supported by the NRA. There are Republicans that are not supported by the NRA. This is -- lives really are not a partisan issue. I think that's what a lot of this country is forgetting is, we are simply just trying to save lives. And once we remember that, we can all work together on both sides of the aisle to help solve this issue. But when we work against each other, we can't.

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