You could find yourself in the same room with the second-most admired man in America.
The Republican candidate for president tied the pope for that honor in the latest Gallup rankings.
He (Trump, not the pope) will be in Biloxi on Saturday but you have to get tickets at Trump.com.
I'm sure Trump fans are pounding at their keyboards right now wondering why he isn't No. 1.
Gallup says that person is President Barack Obama. You know, the Kenyan freedom-fighter.
And it gets better. The most admired woman?
Hillary Clinton. The Democratic front-runner. The haters should be used to that, though. She's been at the top of the list 20 times.
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