The "Twittersphere" is a place full of opinions, and one man is no stranger to its unwelcoming judgment.
President Barack Obama was recently invited to the "Jimmy Kimmel Live" late night show for a segment that gave his haters a little bit of limelight.
Kimmel asked the president to participate in the show’s infamous "Mean Tweets" reading, which involves celebrities reciting hateful tweets about themselves.
As Obama read the tweets aloud, he appeared to be unmoved by some of the spiteful words written about him.
One commentator decided to throw stones at Obama’s leadership skills.
Twitter handler @carold501 said: "Obama’s hair is looking grayer these days. Can’t imagine why since he doesn’t seem to be one bit worried about all that’s going on."
Another person by the name @RWSurferGirl expressed how she wished there was some way to "fly Obama to some golf course halfway around the world and just leave him there." Surprisingly, Obama agreed that it wasn’t such a bad idea.
While a lot of the criticism toward Obama comes from displeased U.S. citizens, he told Kimmel that the tweets were nothing compared to "what the Senate says about me."
As Commander-in-Chief, Obama obviously receives his fair share of harsh commentary from other public figures of power.
Business mogul Donald Trump is notorious for tweeting resentful comments about the president, even when it pertains to something so irrelevant like the Super Bowl:
"It must have been President Obama that called in what will go down as the DUMBEST PLAY IN THE HISTORY OF FOOTBALL. Same thought process!"
Obama may be one of the most despised people in office at the moment, but his down-to-earth personality certainly makes him one of the coolest leaders in presidential history.
Check out what the president had to say about improving student aid:
Are there any other celebrities you can think of who have had a worse Twitter experience on Jimmy Kimmell? Your thoughts and comments below please...