The conservative survivor of Parkland, an activist for the Second Amendment, was dropped by Harvard University after insulting remarks and racist slurs in the light of a 16-year-old man. for forgiveness.
"I am extremely sorry for that and I would like to be able to get it back but I can not, all I can do now, is seek to right the wrong." And I know that forgiveness does not help. is not given, it's won.I know that the person who wrote these things is not what I am today, "Kyle Kashuv told animator Ed Henry.
Kashuv revealed Monday on Twitter that Harvard had canceled his admission after the recent rebuttal of what he had described as "offensive", "foolish" and "inflammatory".
The student stated that he had made these comments before mass shooting – which, according to him, made him a different person.
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Harvard officials told Fox News that they were not publicly commenting on the status of applications, but Kashuv published what he said was the letter Harvard sent him, dated June 3rd.
"The Admissions Committee has discussed at length your record of the communications we have requested and we are grateful for your frankness and your expressions or regrets for sending them," reads the letter. "As you know, the committee takes seriously the qualities of maturity and morality.After a thorough review, the committee decided to cancel your admission to Harvard College."
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At one point during the interview, Kashuv Brough recounted Harvard 's history by comparing himself to the university, claiming that they had been founded by landlords and landlords. slaves and because they had a dark history that did not mean that the institution was "irremediable".
Henry gave Kashuv a "downtime", pointing out that there was a big difference between Harvard's story and Kashuv's more recent comments.
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"You mentioned that they had slave owners in the 1600s. You used the keyword what, a year ago, a year and a half ago?" Henry said.
Henry insisted on Kashuv's "what specifically changed" for him in the last two years between his past remarks and now.
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"It's because I've matured immensely.I'm no longer part of the group of friends in which we act immature as idiotic children." It's the fact that I'm ## 147 ## I condemned racism on every occasion that I can in this public life that I have not really asked for, "Kashuv said.
"I never wanted to and I never really wanted to be in the job I'm not an artist, I'm not an actor I'm a child who has experienced a tragedy and who has seen the suffering of the community do not want to see it for another community ".
Nicole Darrah from Fox News contributed to this report.