Remember all the times college leaders have spoken out this way against Democrats?

Neither does anyone else.

The College Fix reports.

Public university chancellor condemns Trump in email to entire campus

UC Irvine Chancellor Howard Gillman on Tuesday sent an email to the entire campus community – professors, students and employees – to denounce Donald Trump’s call to halt Muslim immigration.

“[Y]esterday’s statement by a leading presidential candidate, calling for barring all Muslims from entering our country, was so offensive that I feel I should speak out,” Gillman stated in his email.

“[T]oday, at a time when the faith of many members of our community is under outrageous public attack, let us stand with all our Muslim faculty, staff and students who are here to help us all realize a world where we work with each other to promote our mutual well-being and common humanity,” he added.

Trump, a leading Republican presidential candidate, cast his suggestion as temporary in response to one of the deadliest terrorist attacks on U.S. soil since 9/11.

“Until we are able to determine and understand this problem and the dangerous threat it poses, our country cannot be the victims of horrendous attacks by people that believe only in jihad, and have no sense of reason or respect for human life,” Trump wrote in a widely reported statement.

Gillman, who earns nearly $400,000 annually as head of the Southern California public university, said in his email titled “We Stand Together” that “we are not immune from the anxieties of our age, the biases of the world, or the passions of the moment.”

“But as an institution of higher education it is our distinctive mission to confront them with intellect and reason, with a spirit of inquiry and discovery, with a commitment to mutual respect — knowing that the work of enlightening the world benefits from the tremendous diversity we welcome on our campus,” Gillman continued.