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Kids Goof On Donald Trump In Jimmy Kimmel Live Skit

Four adorable kids broke down several of our presidential nominees for Jimmy Kimmel Live!

OK, so I need a little break from doing real political stories today. Are you surprised?

Jimmy Kimmel Live!, featured a panel of four young children sharing their thoughts with us about a few of the candidates running to be president.

As Kimmel demonstrates, you really can't go wrong when you bring in children commenting on current events.

One kid liked Donald Trump, but after seeing a video clip of him, all four yelled, "Noooo." When Jimmy reminded hm that he just said he liked him before, he said, "Oh, yea." "He has brags a lot, cause he has more money than anybody in the world." "Anybody in the world?"

Young Darielle then gave a very astute observation. "Yea, and then he just put it out there. Kimmel asked, "Put what out there?" She replied, "The money that..."I have a loooot of money." "You don't like that?"

EW continued:

Jimmy Kimmel posed this question in a segment called “Kimmel Kids: Out of Focus Group” on Friday night’s episode of Jimmy Kimmel Live!

The host showed clips of several presidential candidates, polling the children on each one individually. Jeb Bush yelled too much, Hillary Clinton “sent bad emails,” and Bernie Sanders looked like a “little mouse.”

But it was Donald Trump that Kimmel couldn’t help but continuously ask the kids about.

“He brags a lot,” one of the kids said of Trump. Another imitated Trump’s pronunciation of the word huge, removing the H and saying “yuge.”

Kimmel then showed a picture of Trump to the kids and one girl wanted why the billionaire had “white stuff around his eyes.”

“It’s not that he has white stuff around the eyes, it’s that the rest of his face is orange,” Kimmel said.


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