Trump says Pelosi couldn’t pass a basic aptitude test as he questions HER mental fitness

PRESIDENT Trump said Nancy Pelosi couldn’t pass a basic aptitude test, as he questioned HER mental fitness.

Trump’s comments came in an interview with Fox News host Maria Bartiromo on Sunday.

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Trump claimed Pelosi could not 'pass basic aptitude tests'


Trump claimed Pelosi could not ‘pass basic aptitude tests’Credit: AFP or licensors
President Trump slammed Nancy Pelosi's mental fitness


President Trump slammed Nancy Pelosi’s mental fitnessCredit: EPA

“I don’t think she could pass basic aptitude tests, personally,” Trump told Fox.

He added: “I really don’t. I don’t believe it.”

The president’s comments came after House Speaker Pelosi last week announced a committee that would allow the 25th Amendment to be invoked if a president were deemed mentally unfit for office.

Pelosi had previously questioned Trump’s mental state, as she said of drugs the president was taking for coronavirus: “medical professionals say this could have an impact on judgment.”

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Northern Lights Strengthens Geological Team at Secret Pass and Medicine Springs

VANCOUVER, BC / ACCESSWIRE / September 30, 2020 / Northern Lights Resources Corp. (CSE:NLR) (the “Company” or “Northern Lights”) is pleased to announce a number of updates as the Company advances the Secret Pass gold project in Arizona and the Medicine Springs silver, lead zinc project in Nevada.

Northern Lights is pleased to announce the following appointments to its corporate and project teams:

  • Mr. Paul Warren has been appointed to our geological team and is leading our exploration program at the Secret Pass Gold project in Arizona. Paul is a highly experienced Professional Geologist with over 25 years of experience in exploration, geotechnical, structural geology and mine operations. From 1995 to 2017, Paul worked for PT Freeport McMoran (“Freeport”) at the company’s copper and gold mine in Irian Jaya, Indonesia (one of the largest copper/gold mines in the world). Paul held a range of operating and management positions at Freeport
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Global Covid-19 deaths pass 1 million. Experts fear the toll may double before a vaccine is ready

More than 1 million people have died from the coronavirus worldwide, marking another milestone in the pandemic’s brief but devastating history.


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The death toll from the coronavirus, which causes Covid-19, now stands at 1,000,555, according to data from Johns Hopkins University.

The grim tally has been reached in less than nine months since the first death caused by the coronavirus was confirmed by Chinese authorities in the city of Wuhan.

Since then, the virus has disrupted the everyday lives of billions of people around the globe and caused widespread economic damage. More than 33 million cases have been confirmed worldwide and outbreaks continue to plague many countries.

Europe, which became the second epicenter for the virus after China, imposed widespread restrictions on people’s movements in the spring in an effort to curb its spread. While the measures had some success, a number of countries that were

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