Trump's reelection campaign likes to think of their boss as an equal to the destroyer of worlds, the villainous Thanos ... but the comic book writer and artist who created Thanos back in 1973 is NOT having it.
Jim Starlin -- the creator of Thanos -- says he finds it pretty disturbing that Trump's goons are comparing him to a mass murderer -- Thanos literally goes around blowing up planets in "The Avengers." He says, "How sick is that? These are sad and strange times we are going through. Fortunately all things, even national nightmares, eventually come to an end."
The scene of Thanos snapping that Trump's team used in their hypercut is actually from the part where Thanos dies in the final movie. Spoiler alert ... Tony Stark ends up with all the Infinity Stones, and then snaps Thanos and his henchmen to oblivion.
So, basically ... Trump's team didn't even use the right death snapping scene.