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Tuesday, 10 October 2017

In the last few minutes Donald Trump has sensationally called out his Secretary of (Oh my God this countries in a fucking) State and challenged him to an IQ test! We at Back and to the Left news are surprised that Mr Trump not only knows what an IQ test is but possibly knows how to spell it.

Mr Tillerson, the Secretary of State, is said to shocked at how little Mr Trump understands foreign policy. Which is kinda like saying your surprised when a brain damaged dog eats it's own shit. He is said to have called Trump a "moron" which is far nicer than what the rest of the world is calling him. Unsurprisingly Trump is having none of it and will prove Rex wrong with a IQ test. Hopefully to the death.

Mr Trump has been quoted as having "the best words" and "a very good brain" so we wouldn't want to be Rex's shoes. Trumps clearly going to wipe the floor with him! If he can remember the difference between "floors", "walls" and "ceilings".

From telling your Secretary of State that "there's no point in negotiating with Korea" to flat out calling him out to a "mental Thunderdome it's been an interesting few day's all round.

We're hoping that we wake up from what we assume is a brake fluid induced coma and the whole thing has blown over. The whole Trump thing. Like he never came to power or someone's shot him in the head.

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