Trump Misspells Yet Another Tweet – Intellectual Capacity In Question (TWEET)

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Early Thursday morning, Donald Trump angrily catapulted a tweet into the world. He was upset that Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein appointed a special counsel to investigate his campaign ties to Russian interference in the nation’s election. Yet, this tweet formed a crack in 45’s brilliant facade:

‘With all of the illegal acts that took place in the Clinton campaign & Obama Administration, there was never a special councel appointed!’

Governor Chris Christie and former New York mayor Rudy Guiliani have called 45 a genius. Yet, this tweet would indicate otherwise, as a former aide to Hillary Clinton pointed out. Former digital strategist for Clinton’s 2016 campaign Teddy Goff spotted the gaff before Trump deleted his mistake. Goff tweeted:

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‘He really has trouble with the word “counsel.”‘

The president was confident that Mueller’s federal investigation would come up empty in a statement:

‘As I have stated many times, a thorough investigation will confirm what we already know – there was no collusion between my campaign and any foreign entity.’

Trump often told people how smart he was and how great he was in college, but he cannot spell. Is that an indication of a lower IQ than he has advertised?

Trump said this about Wharton, the college he attended, in Brainy Quotes:

‘I was a great student at a great school, Wharton School of Finance.’

In another Wharton quote, 45 said:

‘I went to the Wharton School of Finance, the toughest place to get into. I was a great student.’

During his campaign, Trump clearly understood that intelligence was vital in the job of being president. He was quoted saying:

‘We need a president with tremendous intelligence, smarts, cunning, strength and stamina.’

Modesty is not in the president’s vocabulary as this quote confirmed:

‘If I were a liberal Democrat, people would say I’m the super genius of all time. The super genius of all time. If you’re a conservative Republican, you’ve got to fight for your life. It’s really an amazing thing.’

On the eve of Trump’s trip to the volcanic Mideast, the former governor and presidential candidate Mitt Romney’s quote about the president’s ability regarding foreign policy is ever more telling:

‘Donald Trump tells us that he is very, very smart. I’m afraid that when it comes to foreign policy, he is very, very not smart.’

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