American Mensa: Having a high IQ makes life harder, due to a need to be challenged more

John Williams

FILE – In this Sept. 26, 2017, file photoSecretary of State Rex Tillerson pauses at the State Department in Washington. If President Donald Trump and hTillerson are playing “good cop, bad cop” with North Korea, it doesn’t appear to be working: Entreaties of diplomacy aren’t yielding meaningful talks and military threats aren’t scaring Pyongyang into halting its nuclear advance. (AP Photo/Jacquelyn Martin)

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President Donald Trump tweeted to challenge Secretary of State Rex Tillerson at an IQ test. American Mensa Communications Director Charles Brown tells John what IQ indicates about a person’s quality of life. Then, Testing Expert Timothy Brooks gives John a few IQ test questions on-air.

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