What’s that called when you don’t know how to read
They may have a mental ability that denies them this ability. Or they may just be too bloody idle to bother to learn how to read. This latter trend of laziness is quite common, and often recognised as being particularly mentally thick.
Illiterates. . . we need more of them!
who is not able to read. illiterate
BTW just a hint, your question is INCOHERENT.
A person who cannot read is usually described as 'illiterate'. It makes no difference if what they can't read is a book or a magazine or a comic: if they can't read, they can't read.
However there are different reasons why a person might not be able to read. They may be mentally deficient in some way, they may have been able to read in the past but have had a stroke affecting the 'reading' part of the brain, or they may simply never have been taught to read.
We use the word 'illiterate' more commonly to describe someone who hasn't had the opportunity to learn.
A person who doesn't have enough of a foundation in reading to be able to recognise letters and words is illiterate; however, there are plenty of people out there who are literate but are unable to read analytically, think critically, and truly comprehend what they read.
President? I believe you were looking for that answer.
Illiteracy, or illiterate