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Chelsea Clinton Confronted During NYU Vigil For New Zealand Victims

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Chelsea Clinton Confronted During NYU Vigil For New Zealand Victims

Chelsea Clinton Confronted During NYU Vigil For New Zealand Victims

Chelsea Clinton went to an NYU vigil to mourn victims of the New Zealand shooting.

According to Business Insider, 49 people were killed in act of terrorism at two mosques.

A student activist at the event was not happy that Clinton arrived and confronted her.

The student criticized Clinton for her rhetoric against Rep.

Ilhan Omar’s tweets.

She said her words stoked Islamophobia and led to the massacre seen in New Zealand.

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