• Donald Trump thinks that he's smart
  • The POTUS believes that he's a stable genius
  • Donald Trump is smart for winning the presidential elections after one campaign 

Donald Trump previously called himself a stable genius, and he also claimed that he has two great assets.

Two years ago, the POTUS took swipe at the so-called fake news mainstream media.

“Now that Russian collusion, after one year of intense study, has proven to be a total hoax on the American public, the Democrats and their lapdogs, the Fake News Mainstream Media, are taking out the old Ronald Reagan playbook and screaming mental stability and intelligence,” the POTUS said.

In his lengthy statement, Trump said that his two greatest assets are his mental stability and the fact that he is very smart. Melania Trump’s husband said that the fact that he went from being a very successful businessman to a top television star and a president on his first try made him a stable genius.

Upon hearing this, writer Douglas MacKinnon couldn’t help but ask if the POTUS is really as smart as he claims to be. When it comes to being a genius, he said that Thomas Jefferson and Bill Clinton are the ones who made that list.

But MacKinnon agreed that Trump could call himself smart for being able to run for president and win amid all of the controversies he faced during that time.

However, Political Flare is questioning the POTUS’s claim that he is smart based on his grades. The publication wondered why if Trump is really smart why did he threaten his former schools to not release his grades.

Meanwhile, the POTUS’s wife, Melania, has also been compared to former first lady, Michelle Obama. Fans of the FLOTUS claimed that her IQ is much higher than Obama’s. But the same publication claimed that this isn’t necessarily accurate.

While speaking with DuJour magazine, Melania also called herself smart.

“I’m not only a beauty, but I’m also smart. I have brains. I’m intelligent,” she said.

President Donald Trump is on trial in the Senate for abuse of power and obstruction of Congress
President Donald Trump is on trial in the Senate for abuse of power and obstruction of Congress GETTY IMAGES / Drew Angerer