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Donald Trump Is Happily Tweeting About Being Named The 'Most Admired Man' Of 2020!

Donald Trump Is Happily Tweeting About Being Named The 'Most Admired Man' Of 2020!

According to a new poll, Donald Trump has been titled for the 'Most Admired' man of 2020 and Michelle Obama as the 'Most Admired Woman'

According to the poll conducted by Gallup, 18% of American voters Named Donald Trump as the most admired man of 2020. 



 

 

Prior to this, Obama has been winning this title for 12 years.

This year Obama finished second by winning 15% of the votes.

Joe Boden came third in the competition, taking 6% of the votes.

Other figures who landed at the top of the list include, Dr. Anthony Fauci, Elon Musk, and Pope Francis.

POTUS was overjoyed on securing the first position, as per his habit, tweeted to his 88.5 million followers on Wednesday (December 30):
"'Barack Obama was toppled from the top spot and President Trump claimed the title of the year’s Most Admired Man. Trump number one, Obama number two, and Joe Biden a very distant number three. That’s also rather odd given the fact that on November 3rd, Biden allegedly racked up [...]
"'...millions of more votes than Trump, but can’t get anywhere close to him in this poll. No incoming president has ever done as badly in this annual survey.' @MarkSteynOnline @TuckerCarlson That’s because he got millions of Fake Votes in the 2020 Election, which was RIGGED!"

 



 

 

Gallup has posed the open-ended 'most admired man' question 74 times since 1946, with the sitting president at the time topping the list on 60 occasions.
This year also marks the 10th time Trump has finished among the top 10 men.

The most surprising thing was that Trump took the top spot in the Men's category, it was Michelle Obama - an outspoken critic of Trump's - who was crowned the 'Most Admired Woman' of 2020.

 

Trump and Michelle

 

Gallup has also asked the public to name their 'most admired woman' 71 times since 1948, and 2020 goes to former US first lady Michelle Obama, who received 10% of the vote.

Vice president-elect Kamala Harris came in second with 6% of the vote, and current first lady Melania Trump claimed third place with 4% of the vote.
Other females in the top 10 include Oprah Winfrey, Angela Merkel, Hillary Clinton, and Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez.

Also read 'At Georgia Rally, Donald Trump Says, 'If I lost, I would be a very gracious loser.'

Article source: vt.

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