Fox News host Jesse Watters recently confronted a St. Joseph University professor who said in class that his students shouldn't open their hearts to white Trump supporters and that people will die directly because of President Donald Trump.
Prior to confronting the professor, David Parry who also serves as the school's communication's chair, Watters caught up with St. Joseph students.
"I think it's pretty stupid [what the professor said] and it doesn't make much sense," one student told Watters.
"I just like think that that is not appropriate," said another.
Another student, who told Watters that Parry is her academic adviser, was left speechless.
"No longer is there real education taking place, the teachers are using their students and their lessons as a means to forward their political agenda," said another.
Then came the moment when Watters confronted Parry — who immediately ducked his head and tried to walk away from Watters, refusing to answer any of his questions.
However, Watters was persistent, continually asking the professor why he is "indoctrinating" his students and using his classroom as a political platform, but the professor still refused to answer any questions or even say one word.
It's not clear if Parry will be reprimanded by St. Joesph's for his inappropriate comments.
Watch the confrontation below: