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Former reality show star Donald Trump has such a profound jealousy of former President Barack Obama that even foreign diplomats don't know how to work with him and due to his extreme obsession with his predecessor they consider him a "laughingstock." While Trump was issuing threats of a nuclear war with North Korea he was playing golf with some random dude named Mike as the world collectively sat on pins and needles. You know, probably because people don't want to die.

Then on Thursday morning, the Narcissist-in-Chief shared a Twitter poll from earlier this week to show that he's a better president than Barack Obama, according to The Hill. By the way, Obama has been deemed by historians to be the 12th best President of this country while Trump is the most unpopular in the history of polling. But, but, BUT, a Twitter poll says otherwise and everyone knows that online polls are for reals.

The poll, which says it surveyed 25,589 respondents, showed 61 percent chose Trump, compared with 39 percent who said Obama was a better president and that same account asked previously if Seth Rich was murdered by the Clintons so it's totally not biased at all.

It was just on Tuesday that Trump said that polls are ‘fake news.'

"After 200 days, rarely has any Administration achieved what we have achieved..not even close! Don't believe the Fake News Suppression Polls!" the insecure idiot tweeted.

Here ya' go, Mr. Trump:

According to the Twitter poll above, so far 91 percent think that Obama was a better President than Trump.

Recent media polls have shown Trump hitting new lows in his job approval ratings and even with his own base but he wants you to believe a Twitter poll because it's favorable to him.

Speaking of Twitter…

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