My daughter overheard her teacher say Trump is a terrible President. Should I report her to the school board?

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She was at her locker after school (this happened Thursday on the second day of school) and she heard her teacher say Trump is a terrible parent. She also heard her talking about her family voting more libertarian this time and how she is a fan of AOC and then something about where to go to dinner that night. My daughter said she went back to get her track shoes. She looked in the classroom and her teacher was talking to who I assume is her boyfriend (she said her teacher showed pictures on a slide show on the first day last week). After that, she told the person “I love you, too” and got off her phone.

I don’t think teachers should talk badly about the president even if school is out and kids are gone because my kid overheard it. We like Trump, and I honestly don’t want her as my kid’s teacher now knowing she doesn’t like the President. We are in a very rural district and it’s a very -red- community. I don’t want my kid graded with bias.
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I think a lot of you missed the concern here. I don’t care who she likes and doesn’t like. I just worry about her treating my daughter different. I know she wore a Trump shirt on her first day back last week. And the teacher from what I heard is new and she doesn’t live around here. I know of cases where teachers suppressed kids freedom to like Trump because they didn’t like him personally and I want to make sure that doesn’t happen here.
My daughter overheard her teacher say Trump is a terrible President. Should I report her to the school board?
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