«Are you both ideal positive and appropriate behaviors for today’s youth?» Anderson Cooper entreated Donald Trump during Sunday night’s presidential debate. «You depict kissing women without consent, grabbing their genitals. You go on about that you have sexually assaulted women.»
If you watched or read just about Sunday’s debate, you’ll know that Trump’s response went equivalent to this: «No, I didn’t say that at all. I don’t think you understood what was said. This was locker allowance talk. You know, when we have a world where you have ISIS chopping off firsts . . . «
Our potential future president has made it clear that most of what he recollects how to do is make excuses and change subjects, and as it turns out, our kids are noticing these the gens as well. In the above video, a group of kids who have been watching the overs had their own thoughts about Trump’s responses, actions, and beliefs.
«I over recall what he’s trying to imply by ‘locker room talk’ is like, oh it doesn’t unpleasant anything, it’s casual talk, but he’s saying really offensive things. He’s uttering ‘locker room talk’ as an excuse.»
«I don’t think that he answered the query at all. I think he just keeps on changing the subject.»
«He starts talking hither ISIS and all the bad things in the world, but he feels that it’s acceptable to be really bad to women and say those trends about women.»
Watch the rest of the video to hear what else these on the ball young people had to say about Trump’s debate performance.