This Writer is going to go out on a limb and say Trump.
What a bizarre spectacle today, as the London Mayor and the US Presidential candidate vied with each other over which could use the “ignorant” adjective most vehemently about the other.
However: Since Mr Khan is a Muslim, and Mr Trump has backed down over his proposal for a temporary ban on Muslims entering the United States, I’d say the honours go to the Brit.
Incidentally, there are lots of different IQ tests now.
Both Messrs Trump and Khan may well score above-average in what we may consider a normal IQ test.
What about their social intelligence? What about their emotional intelligence?
Donald Trump today launched an astonishing fresh attack on “nasty” Sadiq Khan and admitted he may not have a “good relationship” with David Cameron after he vowed to ban Muslims from the US.
The billionaire Republican hit back after London’s first Muslim mayor warned his “ignorant” views on religion will make the world less safe if he becomes President.
David Cameron also said Mr Trump’s plan for a temporary border ban was “stupid, divisive and wrong”.
Yet in an interview with Piers Morgan, Mr Trump said he was offended by Mr Khan’s “ignorant” remarks and even challenged him to an IQ test.
Mr Trump signalled he was backing down over the ban on Muslims today, saying: “I’m not the President. Everything’s a suggestion”.
But he admitted the Special Relationship could suffer if he beats Democrat frontrunner Hillary Clinton to the White House in November.
On David Cameron, he said: “It looks like we’re not going to have a very good relationship.
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