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A Tennessee youngster's tearful plea against bullying is touching hearts all over the world, including UFC boss Dana White, Donald Trump Jr., actors and sports stars. 

Keaton Jones, a middle school student in Union County, Tennessee, was recorded by his mother, Kimberly, after he left school during recess because of incessant tormenting by bullies. 

Kimberly Jones said her son wanted to record a message for others who might be going through the same thing and the video has since been watched 20 million times and counting. 

Keaton said other kids call him ugly, make fun of his nose, tell him he has no friends and throw food at him. 

"It's not OK. People that are different don't need to be criticized about it because it's not their fault," he said through his tears.

Among the many people who reached out to Keaton was Dana White, who invited the boy to UFC headquarters. 

Trump Jr. then followed up, offering Keaton and his family a place to stay if they make the trip to Vegas. 

Take a look at some of the other heartwarming messages and watch the "Fox & Friends" segment above.

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