I Can Be President: A Kids-Eye View
This documentary focuses on a diverse group of children as they candidly share their thoughts on what it would be like to grow up to become president. Using animation to bring their dreams to life, the program features the children's unique perspective on topics such as whether they could handle the job, past, current, and future presidents, the Oath of Ofice, and the Pledge of Allegiance.
22-minute runtime; in-home viewing only
June 22 at 7:30pm ET/PT
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