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    This kid doesn’t understand politics and we love him this way

    By Shubham
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    Kids are far too innocent to understand politics and the boy in this story is no exception. As the video shows, seven-year-old Cooper Wilson is shocked to see the image of American President Donald Trump on the toilet paper at his home and instantly reaches his father Mike to get a convincing explanation on that.

    Mike tells his son that he did not vote for Trump but that doesn't sound convincing enough for Cooper who believes it is the other way round since his father brought the loo paper with the president's face stamped on it. The innocent kid has no idea that how polarising a figure the current US president is that those who didn't vote for him hated him so much that they even preferred to use him as a toilet paper to rub the dirt.

    This kid doesn’t understand politics and we love him this way

    When Mike confirms again that he didn't vote for Trump, Cooper asked: "Well why do you have this? Explain yourself mister - did you vote for him?" The father is clearly in splits.

    Mike lives near Yosemite National Park in California, USA, and after failing to convince his young son that he did not indeed vote for the controversial president, he tells him that he loves him, showing his admiration for the kid's innocence.

    Indeed, children are far too innocent to understand the complications that politics has and we want them to stay like that forever.

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    T&T; Published on Rumble

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