A Georgia teacher who made two students conceal the "Make America Great Again" logos on their t-shirts has since received death threats.
The incident took place on Aug. 31, two weeks after the deadly Charlottesville protest.
"I told the boys, in light of everything that has happened, I don't think this is an appropriate slogan to be wearing at school. Could they please go to the restroom and turn the shirt inside out?" Lyn Orletsky told the Atlanta Journal-Constitution.
The incident gained national attention. The high school math teacher was removed from the classroom and remains on administrative leave.
"There is nothing wrong with a shirt of President Trump," she told the AJC. The problem is with the slogan."
Earlier this month, Cherokee County Schools superintendent apologized to the boys.
"Her actions were wrong, as the ‘Make America Great Again' shirts worn by the students are not a violation of our School District dress code," spokeswoman Barbara Jacoby said.
Cherokee is a conservative county outside of Atlanta. Over 70 percent of its voters voted for Trump in the 2016 election.