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A Humiliated Trump Brags About Meaningless Internet Polls to Boost His Damaged Ego

One of the laws of the Internet is that online polls -- the kind that let anyone vote by clicking a "submit" button -- are completely unscientific, meaningless, and easy to spam. They're intended to be fun, and nothing more. These types of polls usually have some very weak methods that try to prevent people from voting more than once, but anyone with the Tor browser (for one example) can easily get around these restrictions and vote as many times as they can click the buttons.
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