Ali and John discuss how to talk to your kids about the presidential election. Children aren't really following the election but are learning about it through little bits and pieces they hear on the news or from their parents. With all of the mudslinging and name-calling going on, this can cause a problem for parents who work so hard to teach their kids not to behave that way.
How do you explain political mudslinging to your kids? Tell us in the comments!
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