Who's moron here? Trump teases Tillerson over IQ

Aaron Brown
October 12, 2017

Trump publicly slammed the reports as "fake news", and Tillerson told reporters that he remains committed to the President.

United States President Donald Trump has said he still has confidence in Rex Tillerson, but only after suggesting he was smarter than his own Secretary of State by challenging him to an IQ test.

Both Trump and Tillerson graduated from university with Bachelors of Science, majoring in economics and civil engineering respectively.

The lunch comes a week after NBC, CNN and other news outlets reported that Tillerson had referred to the President as a "moron" at the Pentagon this summer.

The "world's oldest worldwide IQ society" offered its services after the USA president responded to claims that Tillerson had called him a "f--ing moron".

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His retaliation came in a Forbes magazine interview published yesterday. "But if he did that, I guess we'll have to compare IQ tests - and I can tell you who is going to win".

Trump added in the Forbes interview that Tillerson was "wasting his time" when Tillerson appeared to be reopening talks with North Korea.

Trump says he listens to everyone "but ultimately my attitude is the one that matters".

Trump, who made the comment to reporters at the White House, did not elaborate. The outgoing Republican senator recently anxious that Trump is moving America towards World War III, and Friedman seemed to compound on that by slamming "the complete and utter incoherence of this Trump foreign policy". I think he's the weakest secretary of state we've had in the post-war area.

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