Jake Tapper ridicules bogus 'Trump Campaign headquarters’ job performance poll
President Donald Trump giving a speech at Trump Tower (image via screengrab).

On Monday, CNN's Jake Tapper revealed why it's always a good idea to sign up for the opposition's listservs.

In a tweet, Tapper posted a screenshot of a poll he'd received in his inbox -- a poll whose options are a little bit off.

In the "job performance" poll, the sender -- who claims to be from the "Trump campaign headquarters," asks how the president is doing. But rather than offer a space for any thoughts besides "great," "good" or "okay," it simply says "other."

Notably, this poll appears to have been sent just a day after a Phoenix Craigslist ad seeking paid protesters of color for a Trump rally went viral.

It's currently unclear whether either the "Trump campaign headquarters" poll or the Phoenix CL ads are legitimately connected to the White House or pro-Trump groups.