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Donald Trump is not impressed with Super Bowl 50

Trump: Our Country Is Going to Hell

Super Bowl 50 is currently in the second half, and while the Carolina Panthers and Denver Broncos are the two best teams in the NFL, this has not exactly been the game of the year. It's been sloppy for the most part, with a lot of dumb penalties and inexplicable turnovers. Again, not what you'd expect from these two on the field together.

So with that being the case, a lot of people are taking to Twitter to let out their frustrations. Of course, one of those people is none other than the man who loves using social media a lot as he continues his run for President of the United States — Donald Trump.

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Yep, Trump took to his Twitter account in the second half and to express his displeasure with what he was seeing on the field, and of course to let everyone know that he wants to make America great again.

So wait, is Trump kinda promising here that if he's elected we'll get awesome football games all the time? Because in a way, that's what it looks like here, or at least that's one way you can interpret it.

Either way, chalk this up as just another thing that Mr. Trump is just fed up with. Way to go, Super Bowl 50.

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10. Super Bowl XLVIII: Seattle defeats Denver 43-8

Regardless of who you were pulling for in this one (unless you're a Seahawks fan) this was indisputably the worst Super Bowl in recent memory. From the opening snap, it was an all-out onslaught by Seattle. Hopefully for Peyton Manning, this year's game goes a little differently.

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9. Super Bowl XLI: Indianapolis defeats Chicago 29-17

Otherwise known as the time Rex Grossman played in a Super Bowl, 2007's big game -- aside from acting as Peyton Manning's lone championship -- was mostly forgettable. The Bears logged just three points over the final three quarters, and Indy, favored by seven, covered the spread.

(Photo by Gary W. Green/MCT/MCT via Getty Images)

8. Super Bowl XLI: Pittsburgh defeats Seattle 21-10

In Jerome Bettis' final NFL game, he went out a champion. Ben Roethlisberger, in just his second season, earned his first Super Bowl ring, in a game that was relatively low-scoring -- but did include Antwaan Randle El's heroic touchdown pass to Hines Ward.

(Photo by Harry How/Getty Images)

1. Super Bowl XLIX: New England defeats Seattle 28-24

The most thrilling Super Bowl of the last decade is also the most recent. Malcolm Butler's last-second interception to fend off the Seahawks' attempt at a go-ahead score will forever live in Patriots lore, as Tom Brady clinched his fourth championship.

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