Moron-in-Chief – party of one. Today Trump, the true Moron-in-Chief, said he spoke to the President of the Virgin Islands. Seriously? Perhaps, there should be some sort of litmus test prior to becoming President. One should at least be able to know all of the areas that would be under the presidency. Maybe this is asking too much…let’s just stick to the 35-year-old requirement and hope for the best.
? IQ TEST CHALLENGE 2017 ?@realDonaldTrump vs. Rex Tillerson
1st Question: "Who is the President of the Virgin Islands?"
— J. Dice ? (@jdice03) October 13, 2017
Here’s an idea, someone should’ve told Trump that they are the US Virgin Islands. Oops. Do you remember during his campaign when he said he would ‘consult with himself because he is so smart’? That is definitely what has happened here, right?
I bet Trump DID have a conversation with the President of the U.S. Virgin Islands. By looking in the mirror & saying how great he’s doing.
— Scott Dworkin (@funder) October 13, 2017
Trump is a bigly embarrassment to the President’s office. What a yuge mistake electing him was…still is. Covfefe is the key word here. Way to live up to your nickname, Dotard.
Rumor has it that the President of the US Virgin Islands is a narcissistic, egotistical, uneducated bully who can’t spell words correctly.
— Tony Posnanski (@tonyposnanski) October 13, 2017
Donald Trump: "I met the President of the Virgin Islands."
Trump is the President of the Virgin Islands.
— The Tweetwit (@TheTweetwit) October 13, 2017
It seems that stupidity reigns supreme in Washington these days. The US Energy Secretary, Rick Perry, reportedly said Puerto Rico is a foreign country. Do you get what is happening now? Those two are trying to out-stupid each other. It’s pathetic but is currently the situation in our government.
— Kurt Eichenwald (@kurteichenwald) October 13, 2017
Because why should Rick Perry outdo Trump in the stupidity column? https://t.co/4w0qUQpKWq
— Amy Siskind (@Amy_Siskind) October 13, 2017
Trump continues to trump his moronic self-absorbed narcissistic behavior. When someone calls him something, he views it as a challenge, not an insult. He wanted to prove that he was indeed the dotard Moron-in-Chief. Perhaps, this could be considered his first presidential achievement.