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Trump Is Getting Dragged After Once Again Gloating About That Infamous Cognitive Test He 'Aced'

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What does former President Donald Trump consider his greatest accomplishment during his headline making one term in office?

That would seem to be "acing" the Montreal Cognitive Assessment (or MoCA) test, designed to examine cognition, not intelligence.

Trump famously gloated about his test results during the 2020 presidential campaign, resulting in the infamous "person, woman, man, camera, TV" viral sensation.

He bragged about his results once more, during a press conference with Texas Governor Greg Abbot.

Trump questioned how President Joe Biden would fare on the test.

"I'd like to see Biden ace it. He won't ace it."

Trump continued to tout his accomplishments during an interview with Sean Hannity the same day.

This time he found an opportunity to take a shot at the "fake news".

"... let me tell you, [The fake news] would not get those last 15 right, certainly not the last 10. That I can tell you..."

As was to be expected, those who were not-so-sad to see the former President leave office had a lot to say on social media.

Some took to twitter to highlight just how "difficult" this particular test is.




Other's questioned if he did, in fact, "ace" the test, when he didn't seem to remember how many questions he answered.


While others couldn't contain their dismay to hear him gloating about this supposed accomplishment again.

Or just to see him back in the spotlight.



"Person, man, woman, camera, TV" also inevitably came back into play along with the Trump Organization CFO's recent indictment by the New York courts.

One can only imagine the former host of The Apprentice is hoping the questions from the Manhattan District attorney's office will be as easy as those found on the MoCA test.