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These Kids' Drawings in Response to the RNC Are Too Real

Several children have channeled their reactions to this week's Republican National Convention into a series of colorful drawings.

RNC speech

Upworthy asked several kids to create artwork based on footage from the Republican event. Many of the drawings were humorous, while others seemed to take issue with GOP candidate Donald Trump's demeanor:

RNC drawing

RNC drawing

A 9-year-old named Eve said that an imaginary character named Goofy Goober would make a better president than Trump based on his RNC address:

RNC drawing

Reacting to Melania Trump's line about her mother instilling fashion sense in her, a 7-year-old presented the following drawing, which appears to include a gun:

RNC drawing

A 14-year-old named Jude had a cynical take on Rudy Giuliani's speech:

RNC speech

RNC speech

Not all of the kids showed disdain or distrust in their drawing subjects, though. One child expressed sadness that former GOP contender Ted Cruz was booed after refusing to endorse Trump during his speech:

RNC speech

Children have expressed their opinions on Trump and his impact on politics before.

Earlier this year, the popular YouTube channel The Fine Brothers released a video of children reacting to footage of Trump. The clip, which was part of the channel's famous Kids React series, showed some pretty intense responses to the political candidate:

You can watch Upworthy's full video of the kids' artistic reactions to the RNC below:

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