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State Department mouthpiece clarifies that Rex Tillerson has a ‘high IQ’

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Secretary of State Rex Tillerson.

A orator reportedly said
that Secretary of State Rex Tillerson had a “high IQ” after
President Donald Trump offering to review IQ tests.

State Department orator Heather Nauert’s matter on
Tuesday follows an NBC News news that purported Tillerson had
called Trump a “moron” in
a assembly progressing this year, and a successive talk with
Forbes, where Trump called NBC News’ news “fake news.”

“I consider it’s feign news, though if he did that, we theory we’ll have
to review IQ tests,” Trump pronounced in Forbes. “And we can tell you
who is going to win.”

On Tuesday afternoon, Trump and his staff seemed to travel back
his prior comments and addressed a IQ fiasco: “I didn’t
undercut anybody, we don’t trust in undercutting people,” Trump
pronounced to reporters.

White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders combined that
Trump’s matter was done in jest: “The boss certainly
never pragmatic that a secretary of state was not incredibly
intelligent,” Sanders said, according to
Politico. “He done a joke, zero some-more than that.”

Mensa, an classification that
characterizes itself as a “high IQ society,” offering to
discharge an IQ test to a dual leaders, following the

“American Mensa would be happy to reason a contrast event for
President Trump and Secretary Tillerson,” Charles Brown, the
group’s communications director, pronounced in The Hill.

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