Date: January 11th, 2019 4:21 AM
Author: London Bridge
Fred had theories. He shared them with his kids. Donald especially liked one of them:
This is a very deep part of the Trump story. The family subscribes to a race horse theory of human development, that they believe that there are superior people, and that if you put together the genes of a superior woman and a superior man, you get superior offspring.
There are other instances where President Trump alludes to his “superiority…”
President Trump cares a lot about IQ, however (leaving race aside for a moment). He regards his as high and his critics’ as low. In 2013, he tweeted, “Sorry losers and haters, but my I.Q. is one of the highest -and you all know it! Please don’t feel so stupid or insecure,it’s not your fault!
He also tweeted, “I know some of you may think I’m tough and harsh but actually I’m a very compassionate person (with a very high IQ) with strong common sense.” On several occasions, he has said that he believes in what he calls the “racehorse theory.” He will point to his head when he says this. He means breeding, genes. “I had an uncle, went to MIT, who is a top professor. Dr. John Trump. A genius. It’s in my blood. I’m smart. Great marks. Like really smart.” Again, Trump: “Good genes, very good genes. Okay, very smart.”
(For someone who is very smart, he uses words none of us have ever used like “ bigly”. His lexicon must be incredible.)
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