White House physician Dr. Ronny Jackson examined the so-called president last month and gave him a glowing report on his physical and mental health. Trump has been bragging about getting a 30 out of 30 on the dubious cognitive test ever since. Just after the test results were released, the Dotard-in-Chief boasted that he “scored the highest,” better than any president before him — even though no president has ever taken the test. But hey, he’s the best and if you don’t believe me, just ask him. Trump will talk about it all day long.
Trump continued to brag about passing the cognitive test when he spoke with the Republican National Committee recently. And really, we’re impressed that Trump could tell the difference between a camel and a lion.
Breitbart reports that they have obtained audio of Trump bragging about how he scored “30 for 30” during his cognitive test.
“You know that’s risky. If I take it, it doesn’t come out so good, they don’t get rid of it,” Trump said about the test, according to the Alt-Right site. “It’s risky, does that make sense to people?”
Trump said that at the beginning of the test, he had to identify sketches of animals, which was pretty easy.
However, later in the test, it wasn’t so easy for the septuagenarian because he had to repeat disassociated words as the test administrators asked him to repeat them at different points in the test.
“Let me tell you, those last ten questions are hard,” he said and added. “There aren’t a lot of people that can do that.”
Sure, there aren’t many people who can do that except for all the people who have done that.
According to Trump, who is apparently a psychic, he will never have knee or hip problems.
Trump appeared proud of his health, commenting that his friends frequently talked about going into the doctor to get knee and hip replacements.
“You know why, because you use your hips so much,” he said, before adding. “I may have problems, but I’m never going have knee problems or hip problems.”
Trump claimed that he was only asked to get on the treadmill for five minutes, but he’s in such good health that he did a full nine minutes.
“I said, ‘What do I have to prove?’” he said. “I’m telling you, I could have gone much longer.”
Here’s the definition of delusions of grandeur: the belief that you are more important or powerful than you really are.
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