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This First Grader Screaming 'I'm Nervous' When Trump Walks In Is All Of Us

They say dogs can sense evil -- perhaps the same is true of children.

On Wednesday, Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump visited a group of first graders at the International Christian Academy at the International Church of Las Vegas, and their reaction was priceless.

One of these adorable little humans captured exactly how much of the country feels about the prospect of a Trump presidency by repeatedly screaming, "I'm nervous," as he walked in.

It's OK, kid, you're not alone. We totally get where you're coming from.

"I'm nervous" has been the nation's unofficial motto throughout the 2016 election.

The entire incident was captured on video, which we can all be thankful for.

Another young student hilariously commented on his "orange hair."

It's not entirely clear whether this first grader said "I told you his hair wasn't orange," or "I told you his hair was orange."

To be honest, we're not sure exactly what color his hair is either, but we can confidently say his skin is definitely as orange as it could possibly be.

Little kids have no filter, and for that I am forever grateful.

This isn't the first time Trump has experienced a somewhat adverse reaction from children.

During his recent visit to Flint, Michigan, he met Little Miss Flint, who looked absolutely terrified during the encounter.

The reaction Little Miss Flint gave when she met President Obama was decidedly different.

Indeed, it seems Trump and children are not a good mix, which is actually something his Democratic rival Hillary Clinton touched on in a recent campaign ad.

Hillary Clinton on YouTube

Trump is set to debate Clinton in St. Louis on October 9 and in Las Vegas on October 19.

Judging by Trump's performance in the first presidential debate, Clinton will not be anywhere near as nervous as the first grader who met the real estate mogul on Wednesday.

There are 33 days until the election, when our nation will decide whether it would like to continue this national nervous breakdown.