Last week, Donald Trump Jr. posted a doctored picture of a poll that showed his father, President Donald Trump, with an approval rating at 50%.

Not only was the picture obviously photoshopped, the President’s son also didn’t spell America correctly in an hashtag in his caption. “Amazing. I guess there is a magic wand to make things happen and @realdonaldtrump seems to have it. #MAGA #amreicafirst.”

Engineer William LeGate tweeted screenshots of the fake on Wednesday. The “50%” was misaligned with the text on the original CNN graphic, and its background was a different shade of red. Also, by zooming in one could see that the original “40%” was still visible underneath the faked number.

Ironically, CNN created the original approval ratings graphic for a segment fact checking of Trump’s previous Twitter claim that his approval numbers were better than Obama’s at this point of his presidency. Trump had a 40% approval rating, compared with Obama’s 45%.

Host John King also noted during his fact check that Obama took office during a recession and that Trump became president during a period of economic growth, which also impacted the statistics.

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Trump fans were thrilled at the presidential inflated approval rating. On Friday then, Trump Jr. deleted the bogus picture from his Instagram account after a day and a half.