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Trump brags how he aced a cognitive test that left Walter Reed doctors 'very surprised' as he mocks Biden 'because he couldn't pass one' and slams de Blasio for Black Lives Matter mural

President Trump on Thursday bragged about how he ‘aced’ a ‘cognitive test’ that was administered ‘very recently’ and that doctors at Walter Reed Medical Center were ‘very surprised’ that he passed.
Trump also blasted New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio on Thursday for helping to paint a huge Black Lives Matter sign right in front of Trump Tower in Manhattan.
During an interview with Fox News on Thursday night, the president slammed his Democratic opponent, Joe Biden, whom he accused of being ‘taken over by the radical left.’
Trump said Biden ‘didn’t take a cognitive test because he couldn’t pass one.’
The president added: ‘I actually took one very recently when I was - when the radical left was saying, is he all there, is he all there?
President Trump on Thursday told Fox News that he 'aced' a cognitive test during a recent trip to Walter Reed Medical Center. Trump is seen above at the White House meeting with Hispanic leaders on Thursday
President Trump on Thursday told Fox News that he 'aced' a cognitive test during a recent trip to Walter Reed Medical Center. Trump is seen above at the White House meeting with Hispanic leaders on Thursday
‘I prove I was all there because I aced it. I aced the test and he should take the same exact test.’
Last November, Trump made an unscheduled trip to Walter Reed for what the White House said was a headstart on his annual physical.
But that claim was met with skepticism by Trump critics who speculated that the president may have had a health scare.
Then-White House Press Secretary Stephanie Grisham said the president decided to make the unscheduled visit to complete some routine checkups as part of his annual physical exam because he had a 'down day.'
'The President remains healthy and energetic without complaints, as demonstrated by his repeated vigorous rally performances in front of thousands of Americans several times a week', Grisham added.
'Anticipating a very busy 2020, the President is taking advantage of a free weekend here in Washington, DC, to begin portions of his routine annual physical exam at Walter Reed', Grisham had said in a statement.
The president was seen departing the White House residence shortly after 2pm on November 16 wearing a long dark overcoat and carrying what looked like a tan rectangle-shaped folder or envelope under his arm.
He entered a black SUV outside the White House and the motorcade departed for Walter Reed.
Upon arrival at the center, members of the Secret Service's heavily armed counter-assault team were seen taking up positions at the hospital.
Last November, the president made an unscheduled visit to Walter Reed Medical Center in Bethesda, Maryland. His motorcade is seen above arriving at the hospital on November 16
Last November, the president made an unscheduled visit to Walter Reed Medical Center in Bethesda, Maryland. His motorcade is seen above arriving at the hospital on November 16
Reporters in the White House pool were forbidden to report on Trump's departure until after he arrived at the military hospital, where presidents and their families traditionally receive medical care and annual checkups.
Rumors swirled that the president's impromptu visit to the medical center could mean he was experiencing health issues.
'The rumors are always flying', Grisham told Fox News' Jeanine Pirro in an appearance on the network later that night where she discussed the medical checkup.

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