What do the students at, arguably, America's most prestigious university think about the United States' role in the world?

Specifically, several Harvard students were asked whether the U.S. or ISIS pose the greater threat to world peace.

Here's a few of the responses:

- "It's America. America's making decisions that are much more likely to affect the world."

- "We're to blame for a lot of the problems we're facing now."

- "American imperialism and our protection of oil interests in the Middle East are destabilizing the region."

Watch the full video below, via Campus Reform.

The "Outnumbered" hosts, including special guest, country star John Rich, took on the new video this afternoon.

Rich argued these students, a "bunch of snot-nosed brats" as he called them, must not have much of an appreciation for the sacrifices of U.S. veterans.

"These are obviously kids that don't know somebody who's serving. They don't have anybody in their family that's ever taught them about this country and what the DNA of our country is about," said Rich, who added that his grandfather served in WWII and his father taught him about the importance of saying the Pledge of Allegiance each morning.

Andrea Tantaros pointed out that the views of these students align with what President Obama expressed in his 2009 Cairo speech. She called it "disgraceful" that kids nowadays are increasingly hearing anti-American sentiments in schools.

Watch the full discussion above.