As additional videos have emerged and statements have been released, the story surrounding the video has only gotten messier. Today brought Sandmann on for an interview Wednesday morning, where the teenager told anchor Savannah Guthrie that his actions were not meant to be disrespectful—but refused to apologize for them all the same. He and dozens of his peers, as seen in the video, were in Washington, D.
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Bill Chappell. The family of Nicholas Sandmann, 16, is suing The Washington Post, accusing the newspaper of targeting the Covington Catholic High School student for political purposes. Teenager Nicholas Sandmann's family is suing The Washington Post, saying it targeted the Covington Catholic High School student and defamed him for political purposes when it reported on a January encounter on the steps of the Lincoln Memorial between Sandmann and Native American activist Nathan Phillips.
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As the year-old Phillips performed an American Indian Movement song with a drum, the students jeered and mocked him. Phillips said he wished Sandmann showed sincerity and responsibility for his actions. The viral standoff prompted nationwide outrage from people across the political spectrum.
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