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Following last week's shocking result that determined Donald Trump would be the 45th President of the United States, there has been enormous outcry from various parts of the country, as people are protesting and trying to convince themselves that this isn't real.
And while we know that more than half of the U.S. voted for Trump's competitor, Hillary Clinton, making it clear that, most of the, general population preferred the former First Lady to a reality TV star, late-night host Jimmy Kimmel decided to see what the future of America thinks of all this.
Taking to the streets, Kimmel asked kids to give their opinions on Trump as President, and, as you can see, the reactions were about as honest as they could be.
First of all, I'm pretty impressed that most of these kids can even give an opinion on the topic, as most of them are 10 years old or less. Seriously, at that age, all I cared about was chasing girls and how I could get away with making fun of my younger sister without getting in too much trouble.
Second, it's pretty sad to see that, even kids who were born a decade or so ago, think so poorly of Donald Trump. It just goes to show that the generational gap between those who wanted "The Donald" in the White House and those who didn't is bigger than ever.
This is good fun and all, but, somehow, I think that some adults tend to agree with some of these kids' assessments of Trump—that he looks "like a dope” and makes them feel “kind of iffy." Kids, man, they don't hold back.