Donald Trump said during an interview with Reuters on Wednesday that his score on the Montreal Cognitive Assessment proves he can solve the growing crisis that is North Korea.
Reuters said that during the interview Trump blamed his predecessors for the growing tension with North Korea. He said prior administrations “all realized they were going to have to leave it to a president that scored the highest on tests.”
Trump took a simple 10-minute cognitive assessment test on Tuesday as part of his medical exam with White House Doctor Ronny Jackson. The test “looks for signs of mild cognitive impairment and/or Alzheimer’s disease,” Reuters reports.
But, passing that test made Trump think that he was better than former presidents and it’s the reason he’ll be able to handle North Korea.