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DONALD has beaten former president Barack Obama to become America's "most admired man" of 2020, according to a recent poll.

PUBLISHED: 00:36, Sat, Jan 2, 2021 | UPDATED: 00:36, Sat, Jan 2, 2021

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President Obama held the top position in Gallup’s survey of the US’s most admired man for the last 12 years. But in this year’s poll, Mr snapped the top spot from the former president despite losing November’s US election. 


President gained 18 percent of the survey’s vote while President Obama came in second place with 15 percent.

President-elect Joe Biden came in third place with 6 percent of the votes.

President took to twitter after the Gallup poll results were released to claim that it proved he won November’s election.

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He quoted remarks made by political commentator Mark Steyn, who has been filling in as a guest host on Fox News’ Tucker Carlson Tonight show.

Barack ObamaDonald has beaten Barack Obama to become America’s “most admired man” of 2020 (Image: getty)

Donald TrumpPresident took to twitter after the Gallup poll results were released (Image: Twitter/realDonaldTrump)

Mr tweeted Mr Steyn’s quote: “Barack Obama was toppled from the top spot and President claimed the title of the year’s Most Admired Man.

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 more votes than , but can’t get anywhere close to him in this poll.

“No incoming president has ever done as badly in this annual survey.”

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Donald TrumpDonald snapped the top spot from the former president (Image: getty)

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