"This is super exciting for me because it's my first time to vote," Robertson marveled, sitting down with ET's Sophie Schillaci on Monday. "It's really cool this year because a lot of young people are really getting involved."
Robertson said that her father, Willie Robertson, has "been on the Trump train since day one," but she wasn't sure who she was going to support until she had the chance to "look into it" for herself. Ultimately, she came to the same conclusion as her dad.
"I guess I'm on the Trump train too now," the 19-year-old former Dancing With the Stars competitor said, smiling. "I just feel like I align most with his beliefs and views and I trust him."
"We're down to the two," Robertson added, referring to Trump and the Democratic nominee, Hillary Clinton. "So it's kind of time to make a stance."
Despite standing behind Trump and his position of making America "great again," Robertson said she's not sure if she'll be joining her dad -- who was a key speaker at the Republican National Convention last month -- on the campaign trail as he stumps for the 70-year-old business magnate.
"People get really into politics, which you should. You should look into it, you should care about it, but … it's a just kind of a touchy subject," she explained.
"So haters, be nice!" She joked. "[I'm on a] 'no hater' diet right here."
While she might not be hitting the campaign trail any time soon, the young reality star will get the chance to share her voice with America when she hits the road on her Live Original Tour, bringing some of her famous family members along for the ride.
Joining Robertson on her 17-city trek are John Luke and Mary Kate Robertson, Reed Robertson and Brighton Thompson, and Cole Robertson.
Live Original Tour 2016 kicks off on Sept. 22 in Allen, Texas, and will wind its way around the country before wrapping in Nashville, Tennessee, on Oct. 16. Tickets are available now.
Watch Robertson's full interview with ET in the player below.