Donald Trump Slams Foul-Mouthed Anti-Racism Video Featuring Kids
The controversial video featuring potty-mouth kids using foul language to blast Donald Trump for his stand on immigration is burning up YouTube.
Over 15,000 people are giving the video thumbs down and so did Trump when he appeared on Fox Business Network’s Mornings with Maria Friday morning with Maria Bartiromo.
"Anybody that would do an ad like that is stupid, to be honest," Trump said. "I mean, they’re stupid people that would do an ad like that."
Even Marco Rubio had harsh words for the parents of the kids who appeared in the video when he appeared on Fox and Friends.
"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?"
Others posted their comments on YouTube calling the video a disgrace.
"Shame on the adults who brainwashed the children in this video,” read one comment.
Another read: "We do not like it when kids are used to swear and speak with such vulgarity it breaks our hearts."
Only 2,500 people liked it and the Hispanic Advocacy Group defends the video.
The director of the video, Luke Montgomery told Fox News Latino: “What's more offensive: A four-letter word, or a Republican presidential frontrunner who is calling Mexican immigrants 'rapists' and 'drug dealers' and referring to American-born U.S. citizen kids as 'anchor babies' and talking of changing the constitution to strip them of their legal rights as Americans?"
She made her plans known during an appearance on 'Jimmy Kimmel Live!' Thursday when Kimmel surprised her with a photo of her and President Bill Clinton at Trump's wedding to Melania.
Clinton joked that her presence at the wedding was her gift to the billionaire.
She also noted that she would win in a presidential race against her husband, who she said is a "terrific campaigner" who would run again if he had the chance.
"I think you've got to have that kind of confidence if you are in this arena trying to be president so if i were going to run against him, would I win? Yea," she said.