Trump Crows About Acing ‘Quite Tough’ Cognitive Test in 2018: ‘I Don’t Like Being Called Stupid’


Former President Donald Trump took time to brag (once again) that he passed a test meant to evaluate whether a person is in cognitive decline.

Trump complained about people who call him “stupid,” so he recalled a conversation he had with former White House Chief Medical Adviser-turned-Congressman Ronny Jackson (R-TX).

“I don’t like when people call me stupid. Is there a test I can take to prove to these radical Left maniacs that I’m much smarter than them?” Trump said. “And he said ‘Sir, there is a test. It’s called an X test.’”

Since 2020, Trump has repeatedly boasted that he took the Montreal Cognitive Assessment (MOCA). It should be noted, however, that the exam doesn’t measure a person’s IQ, but tests them for signs of dementia with very simple questions for people with full cognitive ability.

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