Former President Donald Trump said on Tuesday that President Joe Biden would fail a cognitive test during an interview on the “Clay Travis and Buck Sexton Show.”
Trump took a cognitive test as president 2020. He said, “I did it, and I did it very well — I did, I think, perfectly — and a lot of people are suggesting that he do that. He would not pass it. He would not do well on it. But a lot of people are suggesting that he do that.”
In contrast, Trump said Biden “would not pass it. He would not do well on it.”
President Trump joined #ClayandBuck as the first guest of the show. In this sneak peek, Trump talks about acing his cognitive test and offers his doubts if Biden could do the same. https://t.co/ZT3lca1hG9 pic.twitter.com/jFz33Km9qr
— clayandbuck (@clayandbuck) June 29, 2021
He added “the rest of the world, if they don’t respect your president, you have a problem. And they had a lot respect for our country six months ago and before.”
Trump is not alone in his criticism of Biden’s mental fitness for office. According to the Daily Caller, former White House Physician Ronny Jackson joined with 13 Republican lawmakers in formally calling for Biden to take a cognitive test on June 17.
“The American people should have absolute confidence in their President. They deserve to know that he or she can perform the duties of Head of State and Commander in Chief,” Texas Republican Rep. Ronny Jackson said.
“They deserve full transparency on the mental capabilities of their highest elected leader. To achieve this, we urge you to submit to a cognitive test immediately.”