There's no question about it: Donald Trump may indeed be the most polarizing figure in recent human history. Whether you love him or hate him, most people can agree that Trump's infamously iconic "Make America Great Again" baseball cap has stirred controversy and made headlines since its public debut back in 2015.

Yesterday, a young man wore a "Make America Great Again" hat to a vigil at York University for the victims of Friday's New Zealand church massacre.  He was approached by onlookers and was told, "These people don't owe you an explanation...There was a f*cking massacre and you're wearing a symbol of racism.  Get the f*ck out."  He finally turns around and leaves the vigil as a crowd cheers "Get out!  Get out!"

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According to the Twitter account that posted the video, the young man had said the vigil was "meaningless".  After the video was uploaded to Twitter yesterday, countless critics of the man's fashion statement took to social media:

While many York University students were outraged, some Torontonians came to the young man's defence, explaining that a "MAGA hat is not a symbol of hatred".

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The young man's name has not been made public at this time. York University has yet to respond to the incident. Narcity has reached out to the university for comment.

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