Columbia University profs claim Trump driving people to suicide

Two Columbia University professors sent a letter to the school's president that links the "political suffering" of students and faculty to a "cluster of suicides" on campus. The culprit?  None other than the president of the United States, Donald Trump. Washington Times: Professors Robert Pollack and Letty Moss-Salentijn, the co-chairs of the Columbia Faculty Affairs Committee, contacted Columbia President Lee Bollinger on Feb. 24 about the need to help "faculty to reach into themselves and find strength to express themselves." The two mentioned student suicides before requesting venues for quiet conversations and easy access to websites dedicated to preserving freedom. "We know no one at Columbia who is not upset, chronically and deeply, since the election," the letter reads. "We know this is true of the Administration, and your letter [on executive orders] certainly embodies...(Read Full Post)