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Twitter Has A Field Day After Trump's Niece Claims He Paid Someone To Take The SATs For Him

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The new tell-all book written by President Donald Trump's niece reportedly claims that the President cheated on his SATs, having someone else take the tests in his place.

According to Mary Trump, the future-President used his falsified scores to secure a place at the Wharton School of Business.

After the The New York Times reported on Trump's alleged cheating, Twitter went on an absolute tear.

Though Donald Trump has made it repeatedly clear he's not necessarily above cheating, the depths of his alleged fraud were still shocking to some.



Many online could no longer summon outrage at the President's failures.



Even the President's own family can't defend his lying.

Many on Twitter were reminded of the 2019 college admissions bribery scandal.



What would Trump actually score on the SATs?

It's almost impossible to know.



If the President is the stable genius he claims to be, he shouldn't be afraid to take his own SATs.

Anyone can grow up to be President if you have enough money to cheat your way through the SATs—and the rest of life.