US President Donald Trump was furious when Michael Wolff’s new book, “Fire and Fury: Inside the Trump White House,” was published. He’d had his lawyers send a letter to the publisher to tell them not to, and they went and did it anyway. The book proposes that the President might not be mentally stable enough to run the country and that his declining mental health may be a threat to US national security.

Trump says he is ‘like, really smart’

Trump very quickly returned fire on Wolff with an angry series of tweets in which he referred to himself as a “very stable genius” and defended his mental condition, saying that his “two greatest assets” in life have been, in his own words, “mental stability and being, like, really smart.” Actress and comedy writer Mindy Kaling responded by posting a meme featuring Kelly Kapoor, her character from “The Office,” accompanied by the quote, “You guys, I’m like really smart now, you don’t even know it.”

Kaling’s account is not among the 542 Twitter accounts followed by the US Army’s page. A spokesperson for the Army said that one of the account’s operators “inadvertently ‘liked’ a Tweet whose content would not be endorsed by the Department of the Army.” Calm down, mate.