Trump: ‘Rick Perry should be forced to take an IQ test’ before debate

Donald Trump doesn’t take kindly to criticism, and if you’re not careful, he’ll make his response personal.

It doesn’t matter which side of the political aisle the criticism is coming from – if you criticize Trump, prepare to take your lumps.

That’s what two prominent Republicans found out this week after they insulted the outspoken real estate billionaire who’s making waves in his run for the 2016 GOP presidential nomination.

Trump responded to comments made by fellow GOP presidential contender Rick Perry, former governor of Texas. Trump had called Perry weak on immigration, which prompted a statement from Perry that said in part:

“What Mr. Trump is offering is not conservatism, it is Trump-ism, a toxic mix of demagoguery and nonsense.”

Trump retaliated — and made it personal.


Trump’s online defensive offense didn’t end there.

When Arizona Sen. John McCain said he was worried Trump would “fire up the crazies” within the Republican Party, Trump defended his fans and did what he does best, calling McCain a “dummy.”

Trump’s antics are ensuring a huge audience for the Republican debate set for August 6. All contenders had better bring their “A” games.

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