Four of Donald Trump's five children are speaking out together for the first time about their dad's run for The White House.
They spoke with Barbara Walters for a special 20/20 report, airing Friday night.
The iconic newswoman asked: “Do any of you make fun of your father's hair?
Donald Junior said: “I like not to because you never know what happens genetically.”
Trump's rarely-seen daughter Tiffany, 22, who he had with his second wife Marla Maples, sat with her brothers and older sister for the interview.
Baron, 8, Donald Trump's youngest son with his wife Melania, was not interviewed.
The would-be future first lady said to Walters that she loves Donald "the way he is."
On Wednesday night in Iowa, the GOP presidential candidate announced his plans for battling ISIS.
“We've got to go now and we've got to knock the s*** out of these people,” Trump said. “We've got to do it. We've got to do it.”
“Isn't a Trump rally more exciting than these other guys?” he asked.
Potential voters appear to like his no holds barred style. According to a Fox News poll, Trump has regained the lead in New Hampshire with 27 percent, Marco Rubio has 13 percent and Ben Carson and Ted Cruz are tied at 11 percent.