Children in the UK give their opinion on Donald Trump…and it’s hilarious
Children from a hit TV show have given their opinion on the presumptive Republican nominee for President and it’s hilarious.
Gogglesprogs, an offshoot of Channel 4’s Gogglebox, shows youngsters watching a variety of TV programmes and films their reaction. When the various groups of young friends were shown a documentary about Donald Trump – their reactions were priceless.
At first, some of the kids questioned his age and wondered how he could be President if he’s about to retire.
However, discussions quickly turned to his childhood, where one of the boys, Jacob, took the metaphor drilling “a mantra into his head” a little bit too literally.
To be clear, along with his friend, Connor, he wasn’t sure what a mantra was, but he said: “He drilled something into his head? That’s creepy. He’s not a very good father.”
Luckily, Connor was on had to reassure him that nothing was actually drilled into his head.
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Eight-year-old friends, Stephanie and Christina, were horrified to discover that the reality TV star had injured other students and teachers while he was at school.
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“I think he has a black heart,” added Christina.
Dotty and Macy worried that his upbringing was the cause for all his “nonsense”, just before they mistook former Alaska Governor, Sarah Palin, for Hillary Clinton. Awkward.
The gun-toating Mrs Palin also caused confusion among a group of boys who mistook her name for the place Trump was having his rally – Ames, Iowa.
Happy with the Queen, who apparently makes “the best decisions imaginable”, a group of three friends from Wales don’t want anyone to become America’s next Commander-in-Chief. (I think there is a lot of people out there that probably agree with them.)
Perhaps we should let the kids decide what happens come November, eh?