Former Utah Congressman and host of the “Jason in the House” podcast Jason Chaffetz joins Fox Across America With Jimmy Failla to give his take on the anti-Israel demonstrations that have been taking place at Columbia and New York University.

“Why would you hire anybody if this is the kind of thing that they’re learning? And they’re not going to class, they’re not learning. Until there’s a real consequence, then this is going to continue. Now, look, protesting your government, protesting and, petitioning your government for what you’re advocating for it, that’s as American as it gets. But when it turns violent, you know, the Constitution says you can peacefully, peacefully, they use the word peacefully. When it goes over that and you start calling for, I don’t know, killing somebody, isn’t that enough hate speech to start expelling these students? That would be the biggest punishment. Expel the students. They can’t get their degree.”

Jason and Jimmy also discuss the latest developments in former President Trump’s hush money trial in New York City. Listen to the podcast to hear everything they talked about!