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President Donald Trump bragged about his performance on a ten-minute cognitive test from two years ago while in a reelection campaign meeting, The Washington Post reported. 
The Post reported that the incident is just one incident showcasing Trump’s preoccupation with the perception of his physical and mental health, which have been criticized recently. 
He’s attacked the mental agility of Democratic Presidential candidate Joe Biden. 
Now, Trump appears to be preoccupied with making sure he doesn’t look weak. 
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President Donald Trump bragged about how well he did on a cognitive test from two years ago during a meeting at the White House about his reelection campaign, The Washington Post reported.

Two sources who were present for the meeting told The Post that Trump went on about his performance on a 10-minute test that he took in 2018, which included animal pictures and other simple questions used to check for cognitive impairment. The White House declined to comment about the meeting to Business Insider.See the rest of the story at Business Insider

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