Published: Wed, October 11, 2017
Global Media | By Garry Long

Trump challenges Secretary of State Rex Tillerson to 'compare IQ tests'

Trump challenges Secretary of State Rex Tillerson to 'compare IQ tests'

He made the remark in a magazine interview when asked about reports that Mr Tillerson had called him a moron.

Trump's tense relationship with Tillerson burst into public view last week.

Trump has repeatedly dismissed the accusation as "fake news" but NBC News is standing by its reporting.

Trump had bragged in an interview that he's smarter than Secretary of State Rex Tillerson, the MailOnline reported.

U.S. President Donald Trump has challenged Secretary of State Rex Tillerson to compare IQ tests.

Vanity Fair claimed Mr Trump is growing increasingly frustrated with his chief of staff, John Kelly. Schmidt continued to say that Trump is putting thousands of American lives on the line all while getting wrapped up in a feud with the National Football League and botching Puerto Rican relief efforts.

Schmidt figured that Tillerson will eventually leave the Trump Administration once he's exhausted of the president undercutting his work.

Chandimal 'over the moon' with Test series win
This was followed by them being whitewashed in the ODI and T20I series. "Test captaincy is a little hard and I've learnt a lot". Pakistan and Sri Lanka now play a five-match one-day series, the first in Dubai on Friday.

In the Forbes interview, conducted Friday, Trump responded to criticism that he's undermined his secretary of state through his often provocative tweets that have interfered with ongoing diplomatic efforts.

If there's nothing else that those anxious about national security can agree on, it's that President Trump is too hot tempered, impulsive and shallow-thinking to be in charge of our defense.

We still have more than three years with President Trump at the helm, and sadly the question is no longer whether or not our commander-in-chief is a moron; it's how much damage will he do before he's out of office.

Tillerson speaks on behalf of the president and the country.

If the United States exits the agreement, Iran would still receive sanctions relief from other nations party to the deal, and the move would also make Tehran "look like the victim", Murphy said. That word was 'moron, ' according to at least three sources who were listening in or taking part in a conversation with the Secretary of State back in June.

In a press conference last week, Tillerson denied he ever considered leaving the administration. It was fake news.

Like this: