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Watch Jimmy Kimmel Ask Sharp Kids About the Final Presidential Debate

"It was pretty annoying"

The majority of voters who tuned in to Wednesday’s final presidential debate between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump have an opinion about who won, but what about those who haven’t yet reached the eligible age to participate in American politics by casting votes?

During the episode of Jimmy Kimmel Live! following the showdown, the host aired a clip where he sat down with an official focus group of children to ask them questions about the night’s events. “They were arguing about who should be president and they were just saying, ‘you’re no good at this,’ ‘no, but he’s not good that,’ ‘but she’s no good at this,'” one little girl summarized. “It was pretty annoying.” They also compare the nominees and their running mates to vegetables.

Thanks kids.

Watch the full clip above.

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