A conservative college student leader determined to "Make Stanford Great Again" is the son of Obama administration official Susan Rice – and says his parents might have put him on a right-leaning path by listening to Rush Limbaugh and Mark Levin.
According to the College Fix, which first reported on John David Rice-Cameron's divergent political path from his mom, the controversial former national security adviser to President Barack Obama, and dad, Ian Cameron, a former ABC News producer and executive, the split is amicable.
"They believe extensively in debate and engaging the other side and exposing people to different viewpoints," he told the outlet. Both parents are Stanford grads.
"Sometimes my dad would listen to Rush Limbaugh, and he would kind of argue with him," the 20-year-old Stanford University sophomore added. "I just found myself agreeing with basically everything Rush Limbaugh was saying."
In an interview with Fox News, Rice-Cameron said he and his mother "have a great relationship."
"We disagree on most of the standard Republican/Democrat disagreements," he added. "However, we agree that America is the greatest nation the world has ever seen, and thus, we believe that America has an important role to play as a force for liberty and justice on the world stage."
According to Fox News, Rice-Cameron hosted expert on radical Islam Robert Spencer, pushed for a professor with ties to Antifa to resign, pressured the school to reverse its decision on banning American flags on their club t-shirts, and Tuesday, hosted a recently hosted Turning Point USA's Charlie Kirk and Candace Owens for a "Make Stanford Great Again!" event.
"I salute John David Rice-Cameron; a young man committed to liberty," Levin wrote on Facebook.
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