A Georgia teacher who was seen on viral video comparing President Donald Trump's "Make America Great Again" slogan to a swasktika was reportedly removed from her classroom.
In the video which went viral earlier this month, Lyn Orletsky is seen telling two River Ridge High School students that wearing T-shirts with the Trump slogan was like wearing the Nazi symbol.
The school quickly admonished Orletsky and said that her punishment would be doled out privately. But on Friday, the school's principal confirmed that Orletsky had been removed from the classroom, the Atlanta Journal Constitution reported this week.
In a letter sent to parents on Friday, Prinicpal Darrell Herring said that "effectively immediately" Orletsky would not be teaching children.
It was not immediately clear if the school fired Orletsky.