What the Prime Minister Does, According to Kids

Jun 7, 2016

We asked kids to explain the role of the Prime Minister in our latest According to Kids video. It was, as you might expect, hilariously inaccurate.

So, what does a Prime Minister do? Well, they delegate:

They deal with insubordination:

They express their displeasure clearly and plainly:

And when they aren't doing a good job, the military intervenes:

See what else kids think a Prime Minister does here:

Love this? You'll also love the other videos in our According to Kids series. Watch them all on YouTube!


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