"Daily Show" correspondent Jordan Klepper sat down with white kids, who've been marginalized their entire lives in never knowing a sitting white president.
"What does it do to a young white child's dreams to have never seen themselves reflected in the nation's highest office?" Klepper asked, before instructing the kids to sketch a prototypical president with whatever color crayon they saw fit. Many of the kids, as expected, used various shades of brown (with one surrealist outlier using green).
"Luckily, with Ben Carson dropping out of the race and Hillary and Donald leading the pack," he continued, "there's a good chance the next president will be whiter than a game of ultimate frisbee at Downton Abbey."
"If we're at the point where we can have a white president," Klepper told the kids, "maybe someday we'll have a white Oprah."
Watch the entire segment below: