Watch This 10-Year-Old Girl's Epic Takedown of Donald Trump

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According to Lexi, a 10-year-old who supports Hillary Clinton, Donald Trump doesn't have any experience, people just vote for him because he's rich and his hair's ugly. In fact, his ego is just like her brother's. 

Nailed it.

When Huffington Post reporter Caroline Modarressy-Tehrani asked Lexi to comment on Trump at Clinton's headquarters in South Carolina on Saturday, it was as if she'd been waiting for the opportunity for years.

Here are highlights:

"No. 1, he doesn't have any experience, at all."  


"And he sits there and thinks, 'Oh I'm Mr. Donald Trump, I know everything,' which is sort of like my brother.'"

"He's just rich, a lot of people just vote for him because they think they'll get some money, too."

"But that's not it. You think you're going to get the money, but that's not the case."

"Parents are voting for Donald Trump, but little do they know that their kids will grow up not having a good education and not having good jobs."

"If you don't vote, then Mr. Donald Trump will be president."

"I don't think that's his real hair, being president. His hair, look at it! Look at it! It's gross. I can't believe that's his real hair."

Watch the full clip (from the 10:10 mark):

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