This was bound to happen at some point.
During a press conference, Kayleigh McEnany suggested students of Harvard and MIT sue the universities over charging full tuition while only offering mostly online courses for the upcoming semester.
A lawsuit from Harvard and MIT was recently announced against the federal immigration rule that states F-1 foreign student visa holders must attend in-person college classes.
McEnany responded to the lawsuit stating, “I think the policy speaks for itself. know, you don’t get a visa for taking online classes from let’s say, the University of Phoenix, so why would you if you were just taking online classes generally?”
“And I would note with regard to Harvard and MIT suing over this, and all due respect to my former Alma Mater, perhaps a better lawsuit would be coming from students who have to pay full tuition with no access to in-person classes to attend.”
Looks like the two universities better get ready to defend themselves if students take heed of McEnany’s words. Read the rest and watch a clip here.
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