Donald Trump revealed details of a cognitive test that he "passed" – including a five-word challenge that he said had "mental stamina" to lead the United States.
"Person. Woman. Man. Camera. TV," recited the President when he revealed details of the much-discussed test to Fox TV on Wednesday.
"The last questions are much more difficult," he said in an interview about "Tucker Carlson Tonight," in which he repeatedly questioned the intellectual capacity of his democratic rival Joe Biden.
"Like a souvenir question. It's like you go: person. Woman. Man. Camera. TV," said the president. "So they say: & # 39; Could you repeat that? & # 39; So I said: & # 39; Yes. It is: person. Woman. Man. Camera. Television. & # 39;"
"Then, ten minutes, 15, 20 minutes later, they say: & # 39; Remember that first question … Give us that again."
"And you go: & # 39; person. Woman. Man. Camera. TV. & # 39;"
"And they say & # 39; that's amazing. How did you do that? & # 39;"
"I do it because I have a good memory," Trump continued. "Because I'm cognitive."
In the interview, Trump also urged his democratic rival Joe Biden, who is currently leading Trump in polls ahead of the November presidential election, to do a similar test because "something is going on."
"You need physical stamina," he said. "You need mental stamina … we have to be sharp … President Xi is sharp. President Putin is sharp. Erdogan is sharp."
The interview quickly became ridiculous on social media.
"I seriously can't keep up," tweeted Sarah Cooper, a Trump impersonator who became famous for parodies of some of the US leader's greatest hits, including "How to Obamagate" and "How to strong Death Totals".
Cooper targeted Trump in a previous video "How to Cognitive" in which she mocked a previous interview he gave Fox, in which he claimed to have "passed" an unspecified cognitive test.