During a short presser with Henry Kissinger, Trump told reporters that his comments about Tillerson's I.Q. didn't undercut him and he "doesn't believe in undercutting people."
In an interview with Forbes Magazine, Trump said this about his mental capabilites when matched with Rex Tillerson.
He counterpunches, in this case firing a shot at Secretary of State Rex Tillerson, who reportedly called his boss a moron: "I think it's fake news, but if he did that, I guess we'll have to compare IQ tests. And I can tell you who is going to win."
You'd think Trump would have asked Tillerson if he did say those words, but in his answer to Forbes he made believe he had not. And as usual, we get more childish gibberish from the leader of the free world.
During his comments to the press earlier today while sitting next to Kissinger, Trump stumped for his tax reform plan and said he's going to sign an executive order to screw up Obamacare.
Suddenly, Trump's pen is going to make healthcare great again since Congress could not. You know he just likes holding up something that has his signature on it to the cameras surrounded by his sycophants cheering him on.
As he wrapped up his comments, NBC's Kristen Welker asked, "Did you undercut the Secretary of State today with the I.Q. comment?"
Trump said, "No, I didn't undercut anybody. I don't believe in undercutting people."
When asked if he had confidence in Tillerson he said, "yes."
Let's ask Jeff Sessions if Trump has ever tried to "undercut him."
Mr. Trump unleashed a string of insults on his attorney general.
Ashen and emotional, Mr. Sessions told the president he would quit and sent a resignation letter to the White House, according to four people who were told details of the meeting. Mr. Sessions would later tell associates that the demeaning way the president addressed him was the most humiliating experience in decades of public life.
Trump's whole campaign and presidency has been built on undermining and undercutting his rivals as well as his most loyal supporters.
The man just has a need to lie every chance he gets.
UPDATE: Mensa, The High IQ Society, offers to help: