The YouTube series "Kids React" showed clips of Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump to children and solicited their opinions (video below).
In one clip, Trump recalled how he got a "small loan" of a million dollars from his father, prompting some of the kids to laugh and roll their eyes.
"'It hasn't been easy for me, but I'm filthy rich,'" an 11-year-old girl named Kacey mocked Trump, noted Vox.com.
When Trump called U.S leaders "stupid," a couple of the kids said that the billionaire was referring to himself.
In another clip, Trump complained about his microphone, which caused a girl to say: "He's like a 5-year-old … He throws tantrums about stupid things."
A clip of Trump arguing with Republican Sen. Ted Cruz of Texas prompted a child to say, "It's kind of like me and my brother."
During a clip of Trump mocking a reporter while she was trying to ask a question, a girl stated, "This guy is mean." Another young lady said: "If he talked to me that way, I would literally slap him. I don't care who he is."
The children were also shown a clip of Trump attacking Republican Sen. John McCain of Arizona for being captured in the Vietnam War, noted RawStory.com.
"He's a war hero because he was captured," Trump stated. "I like people who weren't captured, OK? I hate to tell you."
"Oh my God, that's so mean!" one girl exclaimed.
“You don’t really joke about that kind of stuff,” another girl added. “It’s really serious.”
The kids viewed a clip of Megyn Kelly recounting all the insults that Trump has used against women ("fat pigs, dogs, slobs, and disgusting animals"), which made one girl say, according to Vox.com: "That is so rude ... He speaks his mind, but his mind isn't right."
A boy was told that Trump was winning in several states, which caused the youngster to stand up and walk out.
"My parents like him because they say he speaks his mind," another boy concluded. "But I hate him."