May 19, 2017 21:27 GMT by dailymail.co.uk

Student said that she wanted to decapitate Donald Trump

Student said that she wanted to decapitate Donald Trump

For the 2017 yearbook, Brainerd High School in Brainerd, Minnesota decided to dedicate a page to Donald Trump (inset) so student's could comment what they pleased (main).

A photo posted on Twitter of a student's comment on President Donald Trump in a Minnesota school has sparked controversy.

For the 2017 edition of their yearbook, Brainerd High School in Brainerd, Minnesota decided to dedicate a page to the 45th President of the United States so student's could comment what they pleased. 

One sophomore student, who's photo was next to her comment, shared that she didn't like the president. 

For the 2017 edition of their yearbook, Brainerd High School in Brainerd, Minnesota decided to dedicate a page to the 45th President of the United States so student's could comment what they pleased

One sophomore said: 'I would like to behead him. I do not like him'

One sophomore said: 'I would like to behead him. I do not like him'

She said: 'I would like to behead him. I do not like him.'

Former Joanie Loves Chachi and Republican National Convention speaker Scott Baio shared a photo of the page, tagging the president, FBI, Sean Hannity and Kellyanne Conway.

In the tweet, Scott alerts their attention to the photo saying: 'This is in a high school yearbook. Top left comment. @realDonaldTrump @FBI @seanhannity @KellyannePolls.'

Many voiced their disgust and several called for the school to be contacted and condemned immediately. 

In the tweet, Scott shared the photo and said: 'This is in a high school yearbook. Top left comment. @realDonaldTrump @FBI @seanhannity @KellyannePolls'

In the tweet, Scott shared the photo and said: 'This is in a high school yearbook. Top left comment. @realDonaldTrump @FBI @seanhannity @KellyannePolls'

Many voiced their disgust and several called for the school to be contacted and condemned immediately. User @Carolyn62845727 tweeted: 'The world is divided between good and evil. The evil side is being displayed in a yearbook'

Many voiced their disgust and several called for the school to be contacted and condemned immediately. User @Carolyn62845727 tweeted: 'The world is divided between good and evil. The evil side is being displayed in a yearbook'

@Christopherjmi wanted more reprimanding to happen and said: 'Contact the Secret Service / FBI too... this is a felony, threatening the life of the President, and it's printed so there's a solid record'

@Christopherjmi wanted more reprimanding to happen and said: 'Contact the Secret Service / FBI too... this is a felony, threatening the life of the President, and it's printed so there's a solid record'

@BonBlossman cosigned saying: 'Unbelievable. Hope they are proud of themselves for spreading hate'

@BonBlossman cosigned saying: 'Unbelievable. Hope they are proud of themselves for spreading hate'

User @Carolyn62845727 tweeted: 'The world is divided between good and evil. The evil side is being displayed in a yearbook.' 

@Christopherjmi wanted more reprimanding to happen and said: 'Contact the Secret Service / FBI too... this is a felony, threatening the life of the President, and it's printed so there's a solid record.'

@BonBlossman cosigned saying: 'Unbelievable. Hope they are proud of themselves for spreading hate.' 

The Brainerd School District released a statement on Friday, saying they had been notified about the yearbook and that it didn't reflect their school district stance on the matter. 

The Brainerd School District released a statement on Friday, saying they had been notified about the yearbook and that it didn't reflect their school district stance on the matter

The Brainerd School District released a statement on Friday, saying they had been notified about the yearbook and that it didn't reflect their school district stance on the matter

They added that while they didn't condone what was said, they supported the importance of free speech. 

'While the District supports Free Speech, the disrespectful statements in the yearbook are contrary to the basic educational mission of the District and should not have been included in a school sponsored publication,' they said in the statement. 

'The Administration deeply regrets that the existing processes for reviewing the yearbook did not result in the removal of the inappropriate comments.' 

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