Trump said he took a cognitive test because he didn't 'like being called stupid'

Posted on AllSides April 25th, 2022
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Former President Trump apparently doesn't like his intelligence being called into question. 

During Saturday's rally in Ohio, Trump detailed once again that he aced a cognitive test in 2018. "I don't like being called stupid," Trump said. 

He continued, referencing an apparent conversation with Republican Rep. Ronny Jackson: "Is there a test or something I can take to prove to these radical left maniacs that are much smarter than them?" 

The test Trump referenced is called the Montreal Cognitive Assessment. It is not an IQ test but rather a tool to spot early signs of dementia and...

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