Kids say the darnedest things, even when presidential contender Hillary Clinton is in the room.
Jimmy Kimmel conducted an experiment on gender equality in the White House during Thursday night's episode of Jimmy Kimmel Live! Instead of a token focus group, the late-night comedian rounded up a cluster of children—two male, two female—to gauge their perspective on having a madame president.
"Old biases are hard to shake. Our best hope for equality is our next generation," he said while introducing the "Kimmel Kids: Out of Focus" segment. "Children are our future whether they like it or not and I wondered if they might have a more evenhanded take on this kind of discrimination. Things have changed a lot over the last 30 years."
Unfortunately, they aren't as unbiased as we'd like to hope when it comes to electing the first female commander-in-chief.