A 13-Year-Old Just Told Donald Trump He's 'Embarrassing' the Nation in 'Dear Mr. Trump' Song

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Donald Trump participates in the first Republican presidential primary debate on August 6, 2015 at the Quicken Loans Arena in Cleveland, Ohio.

It's not every day you see a 13-year-old chiming in on political issues, but Donald Trump has made one teenager speak out in song. Molly Bergman, an aspiring singer/songwriter, wrote a song for the presidential candidate titled "Dear Mr. Trump" to give him a piece of her mind.

As Bergman sweetly strums her guitar, she opens with the first line and immediately packs a punch. "Dear Mr. Trump, stop being such a chump," she sings. And that's only the beginning.

She continues by telling Trump "you're embarrassing the nation" and "you don't explain positions fully, your first instinct is to bully" -- all while particularly unattractive pictures of Trump loop one after the other. Trump has always been known to have no filter, but Bergman clearly doesn't appreciate it, singing, "you're a bit of a disgrace, time to pull out of the race."

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Unfortunately for Bergman, that doesn't seem to be happening anytime soon -- Trump won the CNN Iowa poll on Aug. 12. But one lyric from the 1.5-minute song might have about half of America on board: "please apologize to women."

Considering Bergman is still five years away from legally voting, maybe "Dear Mr. Trump" will inspire someone who can put in a no-Trump vote for her in 2016.

Listen to the song below.