Students and staff at the University of Florida slam 'ignorant and shameful' decision by student body to use $50,000 in student fees to pay Donald Trump Jr. and Kim Guilfoyle for speaking engagement
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The University of Florida is facing backlash for paying Donald Trump Jr. and senior adviser for President Donald Trump's re-election campaign, Kim Guilfoyle, $50,000 in student activity fees to speak at a campus event this month. 

Staff and students told Business Insider that the use of student funds was inappropriate and called for the event, hosted by university's ACCENT Speakers Bureau, to be cancelled. 

ACCENT Speakers Bureau Chair Henry Fair defended the decision...

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