It's hard to imagine parents allowing their children to do this, but an illegal immigrant advocacy group recently featured young kids raking Trump over the coals for his immigration stance, using profanity and racial slurs, flipping off the camera, and even dropping numerous F-bombs in describing him.
According to Politico, Trump has responded to the disgraceful video by Deport Racism PAC, saying “I think it’s terrible, I think it’s just terrible. Anybody that would do an ad like that is stupid, to be honest. I mean, they’re stupid people that would do an ad like that."
Depart Racism's highly disrespectful and abrasive strategy could be backfiring on them. The video, which is too sick and offensive to post here, has well over five times as many dislikes on YouTube as likes.
Fellow GOP presidential candidate Marco Rubio had something to say too, especially about the adults and parents who would encourage children to act in the video.
In a "Fox and Friends" interview, he commented "First of all, it’s counterproductive. Who do these groups think they’re impressing by doing this?" Rubio asked. "They’re not bringing anybody to their side. They’re turning people off. People are looking at it and say, these people are grotesque. I mean these are little children. What kind of parent allows their children to go on a video like that and use that kind of profanity and what kind of parents allow a kid to do that?"
The director of the video, Luke Montgomery, said the children's parents had no issue with the video and tried to justify it by saying, "I think they’re using a bad word for a good cause."