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Trump Brags He ‘Aced’ Cognitive Test, Correctly Identified a Whale

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Donald Trump boasted about acing a basic cognitive test during a campaign stop in New Hampshire, using it to assert his mental acuity and criticize President Joe Biden.

He also repeated his claims about the 2020 election and his departure from the White House.

Trump said, “I took it, and I aced it.”

“I think it was 35… 30 questions. And let me tell you, you know, they always show you the first one: a giraffe, a tiger or a whale. ‘Which one is the whale?’” he continued.

“The first questions are very easy, the last questions are much more difficult. Like a memory question,” recalled the former president.

“It’s like, you’ll go, ‘Person. Woman. Man. Camera. TV.’ So they’d say, ‘Could you repeat that.’ So I said, ‘Yeah. So it’s person. Woman. Man. Camera. TV,’” he explained.

Trump’s remarks come as he faces legal proceedings related to his efforts to overturn the 2020 election.

Trump said, it “was ridiculous that we had to leave, but we had to leave, we have to follow the laws of our land.”

He claimed, “They don’t investigate the people that cheated in the election. They investigate the people that understand they cheated and go after them. But they don’t investigate the people who cheated like hell. We have to have fair and free elections.”

Additionally, he secured a significant win in Iowa’s caucus vote.

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