Trump mocked for 'delusional' boasts of massive crowds greeting him in COVID-ravaged states
President Donald Trump yells at Fox News' John Roberts (Screen cap).

President Donald Trump on Monday boasted about massive crowds of people greeting him in the COVID-ravaged states of Florida and Texas -- but these claims appear to be at odds with reality.

Writing on Twitter, the president claimed that his support from voters is stronger than ever, and he cited purportedly large crowds gathered to greet him in two crucial states as evidence.

"My visits last week to Texas and Frorida (sic) had massive numbers of cheering people gathered along the roads and highways, thousands and thousands, even bigger (by far) than the crowds of 2016," the president wrote. "Saw no Biden supporters, and yet some in the Fake News said it was an equal number. Sad!"

However, Vox's Aaron Rupar notes that photos from the president's speech in Florida did not show "thousands" of people greeting him, which raises questions about whether the president has once again been caught vastly inflating crowd sizes at one of his events.

Check out some more reactions to the president's tweet below.