Lori Mae Hernandez, 13, received a well-deserved standing ovation from the judges on Tuesday's episode of America's Got Talent.
Hernandez has been doing stand-up comedy since the age of ten, when her father was diagnosed with Bell's Palsey and it became difficult for him to smile.
In her routine, she talks about how ridiculous it is that she's 13 years old and people actually think she's qualified to be a babysitter.
"My only qualification to be a babysitter is that I used to be a baby," she said. "That's crazy. That's like saying, 'Hey, you get sick a lot. Do you want to be my doctor?' Or, 'Weren't you the host of a reality show? You want to be president of the United States?'"
The audience went wild over her jab at Trump, and she told PEOPLE that if she could vote, there would be some changes.
"Like we have to raise the legal age of the kids menu to include 'tweens.'" she said. "In fact, why stop there? Who doesn't love a happy face pancake and some crayons? America's smart. I know whoever the voter's pick to be our next president, she'll do great!"
Check out her comedy routine in the video above, and don't forget to check out her YouTube channel.