When you are five years old, you only have that many years of experience to frame your decisions.  However, there’s no worry of backlash or need for politicking at that tender age.

That would make the reflections of a young boy revealing on what he would do if he were President of the United States.  As the elections took place, it became a prime chance to teach youngsters about the process.  At the school where my son Charlie attends, they had an exercise where students answered queries as if they were POTUS.

So, if a Kindergartner from Sioux Falls, South Dakota were President, what could we expect?

Question:  What would be the best part of being President?  Answer:  No curfew.

Question:  What would be the hardest thing about being President:  Answer:  Not spitting.

Question:  Is there something in your speeches you would always say?  Answer:  A joke.

Question:  If I were President of the United States, what would be the first thing you would do?  Answer:  I would tell the truth.

Read that last answer again.

Ladies and Gentlemen the next President of the United States!!  A proud parent would want his son to be ambitious, but any missteps in his future would become magnified.  The parenting henceforth would be intensely scrutinized.  Challenge accepted.