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Trump Quotes Himself Declaring He’s ‘A Very Stable Genius.’ Then Thanks Himself For The Boast

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Trump Quotes Himself Declaring He’s ‘A Very Stable Genius.’ Then Thanks Himself For The Boast




President Trump kicked off an angry Saturday morning Twitter tirade by randomly tweeting the phrase “A Very Stable Genius”.

Many Twitter users were left scratching their heads after the president posted the phrase he’s previously used to praise himself with.

He followed it by thanking himself for the boast, writing: “Thank you.”



In July 2018, Trump declared himself a “very stable genius” during a press conference at a NATO summit.

Trump first used the phrase “very stable genius” on Twitter on January 6, 2018, following the publication of “Fire and Fury” which portrayed him as a man of questionable intelligence who spent his evenings eating cheeseburgers in bed, watching television and chatting to friends on the phone.




“Actually, throughout my life, my two greatest assets have been mental stability and being, like, really smart,” Trump responded to the claim at the time. After boasting about becoming president on his first try, he added: “I think that would qualify as not smart, but genius….and a very stable genius at that!”

Trump followed up his Saturday morning tweet with an attack on MSNBC’s Joy Reid, saying that the TV host has “NO talent.”

Many Twitter users mocked the fact that Trump was thanking himself for quoting something he previously said about himself:








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