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    Children Talking Politics Share Some Surprising Opinionsi
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    Karen Aguilar
    March 17, 2016 10:43 PM
    Meet the youngest and brightest critics in politics today: fourth-graders. Unafraid and underage, these precocious children at Cold Spring Elementary School in Potomac, Maryland, have plenty to say about the presidential candidates. With Faith Lapidus narrating, VOA's Karen Aguilar reports.

    Children Talking Politics Share Some Surprising Opinions

    Published March 17, 2016

    Meet the youngest and brightest critics in politics today: fourth-graders. Unafraid and underage, these precocious children at Cold Spring Elementary School in Potomac, Maryland, have plenty to say about the presidential candidates. With Faith Lapidus narrating, VOA's Karen Aguilar reports.


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