President Donald Trump should "stop saying things that are untrue," says Stephen Moore, who served as a campaign adviser to Trump and was a prospective Fed nominee.
"I think when Trump says things that are false, that does undermine his presidential authority and I wish he wouldn't do it," Moore told host Mehdi Hasan on Al Jazeera's "Head to Head." "He should stop saying things that are untrue."
When asked by Hasan whether Trump was a liar, Moore responded that he would "never" say that. He instead called the president "an exaggerator."
Moore also suggested Trump has a 180 IQ. "The guy is amazing — his breadth of knowledge about world affairs," he added.
But, Hasamn countered: "This is a man who thinks wind turbines cause cancer, thinks you can stop a hurricane with a nuclear weapon . . . thinks the Soviet Union just rebranded as Russia."
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