JULIE BANDERAS (ANCHOR): We're waiting to hear from the president on the Supreme Court's landmark decision striking down race-based factors in college admissions. One of the cases before the court involved Harvard's rejection of an Asian student with perfect grades and near-perfect test scores. Harvard just responding with a critical statement. An excerpt reads, and I'm reading this quote, "We write today to reaffirm the fundamental principle that deep and transformative teaching, learning, and research depend upon a community comprising people of many backgrounds, perspectives, and lived experiences." Quickly just take a reaction to, first of all their statement, and today's huge decision.
WILL CAIN (FOX & FRIENDS WEEKEND CO-HOST): Let's quickly address Harvard's statement, let's translate. We will continue to look for ways to be racist even though the Supreme Court says it is unconstitutional to be racist. I have no doubt that Harvard and other higher education institutions will continue to game the system to take people's race into account. I find it affirming today that the Supreme Court of the United States rejected critical race theory, the idea that some racism is okay and some racism is not okay. They said under the Fourteenth Amendment you cannot enact racist policies against anyone regardless of their race.
BANDERAS: That's the concern is how are you going to hold these universities accountable to know they do not continue the wrongs of the past.