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A federal appeals court judge appointed by former President Donald Trump has demanded an apology from Stanford Law School in California after he was heckled during a speech by dozens of student protesters, including LGBTQ rights supporters.

The students were particularly angry at Judge Kyle Duncan for his 2020 opinion in which he refused to refer to a transgender inmate by her preferred female pronouns.

Stanford has since apologized for the incident, saying that it was inconsistent with their policies on free speech.

However, the incident has sparked a debate about the state of political and civic discourse in the country, with some conservatives viewing it as another example of the “hostile winds blowing through academia.”

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