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Covington Catholic student Nicholas Sandmann's speech at the RNC | FULL

Former Covington Catholic High School student Nicholas Sandmann makes remarks at the Republican National Convention. (Courtesy: RNC)

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Sandmann was involved in a well-publicized encounter with a Native American last year at the Lincoln Memorial in Washington.

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WATCH: Nicholas Sandmann’s full speech at the Republican National Convention | 2020 RNC Night 2

Nicholas Sandmann, a Covington Catholic High School student whose viral encounter during a March for Life rally was the subject of lawsuits against national media organizations, spoke on the second night of the Republican National Convention on Aug. 25, 2020. Sandmann's family, which claimed that his interaction with a Native American activist was misrepresented in media coverage, reached settlements with CNN and The Washington Post over how they portrayed the incident. Nathan Phillips, the Native American activist featured in the viral moment, said the heated exchange initially began between the Catholic students and a group of Black men who identified themselves as Hebrew Israelites. Phillips has told news outlets he stepped in to disperse the tension by praying. The party planned a mix of virtual and in-person events in North Carolina and Washington, D.C., for its nominating convention after the coronavirus pandemic interrupted plans for a traditional nominating event.

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Second night of the Republican National Convention - 8/25 (FULL LIVE STREAM)

The second night of the 2020 Republican National Convention on Aug. 25 will feature speeches from first lady Melania Trump and Secretary of State Mike Pompeo. Nicholas Sandmann will also speak — the former Kentucky high school student gained national attention for his interaction with a Native American man at a protest in Washington, D.C., and later sued media outlets for their coverage of the incident. Other speakers include:

Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.)
Iowa Gov. Kim Reynolds (R)
Florida Lt. Gov. Jeanette Nuñez (R)
Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron
Former Florida attorney general Pam Bondi
Eric and Tiffany Trump

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Watch Day 2 of the 2020 Republican National Convention with appearances from the following:

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Secretary of State Mike Pompeo
Kentucky Sen. Rand Paul
Iowa Gov. Kim Reynolds
Florida Lt. Gov. Jeanette Nuñez
Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron
Former Florida Attorney General Pam Bondi
Abby Johnson, anti-abortion activist
Jason Joyce, Maine lobsterman
Myron Lizer, vice president of the Navajo Nation
Megan Pauley
Cris Peterson
John Peterson
Nicholas Sandmann, a student from a Covington, Kentucky, high school who sued news outlets for their coverage of a confrontation between him and a Native American man at the Lincoln Memorial
Eric Trump, the president's son
Tiffany Trump, the president's daughter

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Nick Sandmann statement from the RNC

The former Covington Catholic student who got caught up in a media story in January of 2019 spoke via a videotaped statement played at the 2020 RNC.

Covington Catholic Student Nicholas Sandmann Speaks at RNC

Sandmann: The truth wasn’t important. Advancing their anti-Christian, anti-Conservative, anti-Donald Trump narrative was all that mattered.

Nicholas Sandmann Decries Cancel Culture During RNC Speech, Puts MAGA Hat On

Nicholas Sandmann, the MAGA hat-wearing high school student featured in a controversial viral video with a Native American elder in 2019, lashed out at cancel culture before donning the hat again during an appearance at the Republican National Convention (RNC) on Aug. 25.

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RNC Day 2: MAGA Hat-Wearing Student Nicholas Sandmann Rails Against 'Cancel Culture'

Nicholas Sandmann, the MAGA hat-wearing high school student who became the face of a national controversy last year, told the Republican National Convention Tuesday that re-electing the president was the best way to combat a media-driven “cancel culture.”

I would not be canceled, said Nicholas Sandmann, the Kentucky student whose confrontation with a Native American activist went viral, criticizes the media for being a “willing participant in cancel culture. “In November, I believe this country must unite around a president who calls the media out and refuses to allow them to create a narrative instead of reporting the facts.

Sandmann, then 16, was attending an anti-abortion march at the Lincoln Memorial with his classmates from Covington Catholic High School when he became the focus of news reports in 2019. Commentators accused him and his classmates of trying to intimidate a Native American counter-protester, but a full video of the episode showed that it was the counter-protester who first approached the school group.

“My life changed forever in that one moment. The full war machine of the mainstream media revved up into attack mode,” he said. “And do you know why? Because the truth wasn’t important.”

Sandmann sued CNN and the Washington Post over their coverage of the confrontation, and both news organizations settled for undisclosed sums. “I fought back hard to expose the media for what they did to me and won a personal victory,” Sandmann said. “And I know you’ll agree with me when I say no one in this county has been a victim of unfair media coverage more than President Donald Trump.”

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Kentuckian Nick Sandmann of viral 2019 March for Life video speaks at RNC

A Kentucky teenager known for video of his interaction with a Native American man during dueling demonstrations at the Lincoln Memorial says the country must unite around a president “who calls the media out.

Nicholas Sandmann assailed the media on Tuesday during the second night of the Republican National Convention, and contended that no one has been a victim of unfair media coverage more than President Donald Trump.

Sandmann asserted that the simple act of wearing a “Make America Great Again” cap made him the target of network and cable news networks.

Sandmann was among the students from Covington Catholic High School in Park Hills, participating in an anti-abortion march in Washington in January 2019. Footage of his interaction with Nathan Phillips, who was participating in a separate demonstration supporting Native American rights, spread widely online.

Both Sandmann and Phillips later said they were trying to defuse tensions among three separate groups participating in both demonstrations. Video of the encounter showed Sandmann and Phillips standing very close to each other, with Sandmann staring, and at times smiling, at Phillips as Phillips sang and played a drum.

Sandmann later settled lawsuits against CNN and other media outlets.

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At the RNC former Covington Catholic High student Nicholas Sandmann

On the ballot, President Trump is running for reelection against Democratic nominee Joe Biden. But at the Republican National Convention, the GOP is acting as if the mainstream media had joined Biden on the opposing ticket. At Tuesday night’s event, former Covington Catholic High School student Nicholas Sandmann of Kentucky, who has become a conservative symbol of liberal media excess, praised Trump for his antiabortion position and told the convention that the president was voters’ best chance for a return to “objective journalism. ”“I fought back hard to expose the media for what they did to me, and I won a personal victory, ” Sandmann said in a video in front of the Lincoln Memorial in Washington, D. C. “While much more must be done, I look forward to the day that the media returns to providing balanced, responsible and accountable news coverage. I know President Trump hopes for that too. ”Trump has maintained a contentious relationship with the media, calling factual but unflattering reports “fake news” and labeling reporters “the enemy of the people, ” to the objection of most press freedom advocates. Sandmann became a national figure by accident during a school trip to Washington, D. C., for the antiabortion March for Life in 2019, when his group encountered other protesters nearby the Lincoln Memorial. In social media posts that went viral at the time, and in some media commentary that immediately followed, some liberals criticized Sandmann, then 16, who was wearing a red “Make America Great Again” hat when he encountered Omaha Nation elder Nathan Phillips, who had approached him while singing and playing a drum. Sandmann later said he was not mocking Phillips. His family and many conservatives felt that Sandmann had been defamed or otherwise treated unfairly by media coverage, which led to them filing lawsuits against news outlets saying that he had been “targeted and bullied” by the media. He reached settlements with CNN and the Washington Post.“In November, I believe this country must unite around a president who calls the media out and refuses to allow them to create a narrative instead of reporting the facts, ” Sandmann said. “I believe we must join a president who will challenge the media to return to objective journalism. ”On his Twitter account, Sandmann identifies himself as the communications director of the Transylvania University College Republicans.

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No one has been a victim of unfair media coverage more than President Donald Trump: Nick Sandmann

Nick Sandmann delivers remarks at the 2020 Republican National Convention. He is the Kentucky high school student who reached settlements with CNN and The Washington Post stemming from coverage of a 2019 confrontation with a Native American activist at the Lincoln Memorial.

“I look forward to the day that the media returns to providing balanced, responsible and accountable news coverage. I know President Trump hopes for that too,” Sandmann said.

“I know you’ll agree with me when I say no one in this county has been a victim of unfair media coverage more than President Donald Trump,” he said.

Sandmann had been the target of significant criticism after a video went viral featuring him standing in front of an Omaha tribe leader at the 2019 March for Life rally in Washington, D.C. But later videos and additional reporting showed Sandmann and other students from Covington Catholic High School being taunted and jeered at by other people at the protest.

Sandmann ended his speech by quoting Trump’s campaign slogan, “Make America Great Again,” and donning one of the signature red baseball caps bearing the same phrase. Sandmann had worn the same hat in the video that swept through social media last year.

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‘They continue to stand’: 1 year later, what's next for Nick Sandmann?

Busloads of Catholic school students from Greater Cincinnati are in Washington, D.C., Friday -- as they were a year ago -- to participate in the annual March for Life rally.

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