- Cheerleading squad at North Stanly High School in North Carolina were put on probation on Monday
- They were reprimanded after holding up a Trump 2020 banner during a high school football game last month
- The banner read: ‘Trump 2020: Make America Great Again’
- The squad was put on probation because all North Carolina high schools have a policy that prohibits students from displaying political signs
Cheerleaders from a North Carolina high school have been put on probation after they held up a flag in support of President Donald Trump before a football game.
The North Stanly High School cheerleading squad was placed on probation on Monday for waving the Trump 2020 banner last month during a home game.
Members of the squad posed for photos with the banner on August 30 before the game in Stanly County, which is about 50 miles north-east of Charlotte.
The banner read: ‘Trump 2020: Make America Great Again.’