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The actor who plays Captain America in Marvel movies calls video footage of high schoolers taunting an elderly man "appalling."

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Nick Sandmann, the 11th grade student who was filmed wearing a MAGA hat while staring down an elderly Native American protester singing a tribal chant, has said the media has the situation all wrong. In his version of the story, Vietnam veteran Nathan Phillips waded through the crowd to approach him, and Sandmann denied ever harassing the man.

"The protestor everyone has seen in the video began playing his drum as he waded into the crowd, which parted for him," Sandmann said in a statement on Sunday. "He locked eyes with me and approached me, coming within inches of my face. He played his drum the entire time he was in my face."

"I never interacted with this protestor," the teen added. "I did not speak to him. I did not make any hand gestures or other aggressive moves. To be honest, I was startled and confused as to why he had approached me."

Phillips, on the other hand, told the Washington Post the teens from Sandmann's group had harassed him and other Native American protesters before the encounter.

"It was getting ugly," he said while describing the confrontation. "I started going that way, and that guy in the hat stood in my way and we were at an impasse. He just blocked my way and wouldn’t allow me to retreat."

Trial rights attorney Tara Houska backed up Phillips' side of the story while appearing on MSNBC on Monday. "I was there and I witnessed something that was very aggressive and something that was very frightening," she said. "And to see that level antagonism and hate, you can’t fake that."


Chris Evans and Alyssa Milano are among the Hollywood stars repulsed by the young Donald Trump supporters who harassed an elderly Native American man during Saturday's Indigenous People's March.

Outrage erupted on social media after video footage of teenagers wearing MAGA hats swarming Nathan Phillips, an Omaha elder and Vietnam veteran, went viral. The man was participating in a peaceful protest at the D.C. National Mall near Arlington National Cemetery. According to TMZ, many of the boys were seen mimicking Phillipps while the man was playing a drum and singing.

According to media reports, some of the teenagers attend Covington Catholic High School in Park Hills, Kentucky. The disturbing clips, one of which is below, prompted Covington Catholic and MAGA to become trending topics on Saturday. Many celebrities took to social media to blast the teenagers for harassing the elder.

"This is appalling," Evans tweeted. "The ignorance. The gall. The disrespect. It's shameful. And sadly on brand. When something like this isnt even surprising, it's evidence to our place in the cycle of recreating our darker chapters. That Native American man showed incredible strength and dignity."

Milano wrote that the entire incident is a depiction of Trump's America. "It brought me to tears," she added. "What are we teaching our young people? Why is this ok? How is this ok? Please help me understand. Because right now I feel like my heart is living outside of my body."

Rosie O'Donnell simply tweeted, "horrible smug asswipe," along with the video.

It wasn't only left-leaning celebrities that spoke out about the disturbing event. Meghan McCain, who serves as one of the conservative voices on "The View," spoke out by tweeting, "I am absolutely disgusted by the mass of students disrespectful and vile treatment towards Nathan and Native Americans in general."

"Bigotry is bigotry, is bigotry, is bigotry," she added. "It should ALWAYS be recognized and condemned! Those students could learn a thing about respect from him."

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