Eduardo Neret of Campus Reform asked students at Georgetown University in Washington, D.C. what they thought of the killing of Iranian General Qassem Soleimani. Most of the students criticized President Trump for ordering the strike that killed Soleimani and expressed sympathy to the people of Iran. Some think the president did this to take the spotlight off the impeachment hearings.

One student admitted to believing the killing of Soleimani was an act of “violence against non-white people” and explained the United States “is a white supremacist state” and “operates in the interest of white supremacy.”

“My family was devastated,” remarked one student and added her “family was mourning the death of him like he was a martyr.”

Another student condemned President Trump by responding, “I was shocked and kind of disgusted that Trump had done that.”

Another surprisingly claimed Soleimani “stood up for the oppressed.”