According to recent news reports, Secretary of State, Rex Tillerson, referred to Trump as a moron.
While Tillerson sought to refute the claim at an impromptu news conference shortly after the story broke, going so far as to refer to his boss as “smart,” he did not specifically deny having called Trump a dumb, stupid moron.
This Tuesday, Trump was quoted by Forbes as saying, “I think it’s fake news, but if he did that, I guess we’ll have to compare IQ tests. And I can tell you who is going to win.”
As of this date, Tillerson has not accepted Trump’s challenge.
Yesterday, a group of recently naturalized citizens issued a challenge of their own to the 45th president of the United States … “Can you pass the U.S. Citizenship Test?”
Trump took the exam and failed miserably, scoring 50% (Six of the ten questions need to be answered correctly to pass).
The self-proclaimed genius has claimed the test was fixed and contained too many trick questions.
Here are the five out of 10 “trick questions” Trump failed to correctly answer:
- Who wrote the Declaration of Independence? Instead of answering Thomas Jefferson, Trump answered Abraham Lincoln.
- What are the three branches of government? Instead of answering legislative, executive and judicial, Trump answered legislative, executive and military.
- Which amendment guarantees freedom of speech? Instead of answering the First Amendment, Trump answered the Second Amendment.
- What guarantees a citizen’s right to vote? Instead of answering the Constitution, Trump answered state legislators.
- What does separation of church and state mean? Instead of answering the government is prevented from officially recognizing or favoring any religion, Trump answered religion and politics cannot be taught in the same classroom.
According to U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services, 91% of foreign-born applicants pass the naturalization test. But, in Trump’s defense, they have an unfair advantage … they tend to study.
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