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Former Professor Lashes Out At Trump And Flames Him: The Dumbest Student I Ever Had



President Donald Trump enjoys talking about himself more than anything else in the world. More, even, than bashing immigrants for all the problems in the world, and boasting about assaulting journalists or groping women, and complaining that the Deep State and the Fake News Media are out to get him. Even just a quick glance at his Twitter profile reveals the current President of the United States and leader of the free world as the unashamed narcissist that he is.

Perhaps the most common feature of this is his incessant and quite hilarious claims he makes about his intelligence. Trump loves to send out tweets or make statements to journalists on camera about how he was a Very High IQ and is an Extremely Intelligent Person. (He apparently seems unaware that people who really are extremely intelligent do not spend their time telling everyone how smart they are.)

Now, though, Trump has been made to look like a fool by a man who knows what he is talking about – his old college professor. One of the President’s favorite claims to make is that he was Always Top Of The Class, confirming his worldview that nothing and no one could possibly compete with him on an intellectual level. However, the professor’s words are damning: “Donald Trump was the dumbest goddamn student I ever had.”

Professor William T. Kelley was a teacher of Marketing at Wharton School of Business and Finance, University of Pennsylvania. He retired in 1982, and passed away around eight years ago. He had no patience at all for President Trump, especially when he makes ludicrous claims about his own abilities. As explained by Frank DiPrima (a very close and lifelong friend of the Professor), he was pretty brutal when expressing his thoughts on the current President of the United States and leader of the free world:

“Professor Kelley told me 100 times over three decades that “Donald Trump was the dumbest goddam student I ever had.”  I remember his emphasis and inflection — it went like this — “Donald Trump was the dumbest goddam student I ever had.”

“Dr. Kelley told me this after Trump had become a celebrity but long before he was considered a political figure.  Dr. Kelley often referred to Trump’s arrogance when he told of this — that Trump came to Wharton thinking he already knew everything.”

Oh dear. This is pretty appalling and humiliating news for the White House. I wonder what slander they will produce against the late Professor in response to this.





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