"It's easier to become president than to become Miss America," argued Michelle Wolf on yesterday's episode of 'The Daily Show with Trevor Noah.'

To prove her point, she played side-by-side comparisons of Donald Trump and pageant contestants answering tough questions, like whether or not the United States should pursue plans to withdraw from the Paris Accord -- an international agreement to combat climate change. 

"Something could happen with respect to the Paris Accord. We'll see what happens. But we will talk about that over the coming period of time. And if it happens, that will be wonderful. And if it doesn't, that'll be...okay too. But we'll see what happens," Trump said last July.

Here's what Miss North Dakota (Cara Mund), who won the pageant last Sunday, had to say about withdrawing from the international agreement.

"I do believe it's a bad decision. Once we reject that, we take ourselves out of the negotiation table. And that's something that we really need to keep in mind. There is evidence that climate change is existing - whether you believe it or not, we need to be at that table. And I think it's just a bad decision on the United States."

Not only did she offer a clear stance on the issue, but she also seems to understand what the accord is about. President Trump sounded like a high school slacker bluffing his way through a social studies presentation that he spent zero time preparing for because he was busy trying to finally get to first base with Melania.

Trying and probably failing.

And the Paris Accord isn't the only issue where Trump got shown up by Miss America contestants. Check out this clip for more comparisons.