Trump slurs words in Jerusalem embassy speech


And by Thursday morning, #DentureDonald was among the top trends on the social media site.

Watch the clip above, via Comedy Central. "I'm just saying, 'Can you imagine?'" "What the hell was going on?"

However, it wasn't Trump's words that became the focus of attention during the important speech. Noah played it again and descended into hysterical laughter once more. "He sounds like he just had a drink with Bill Cosby, what's going on there, man?"

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In the hours since, #DentureDonald has taken over Twitter and thousands have joined in on the fun. Because we all know that Democrats don't wear dentures, right? It turns out that yes, Trump's denture issue was as bad as it seemed. "This happened to my grandfather all the time.his dentures would start falling out and he wouldn't be able to finish his sentence".

Trump's vocal stumble lit up Twitter with users assuming he was suffering from health problems or questioning if he has false teeth, which led to "Daily Show" host Trevor Noah launching the #Donalddentures handle.

"By the way, there's no shame in having dentures", Noah said.

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While insisting there is no shame in wearing dentures, Noah said there is shame in Trump having dentures, because "he's vain as hell".

"Can you imagine how Trump would feel if people started tweeting #DentureDonald?"

Noah wasted no time in critiquing the president on the gaffe, noting that "even more disturbing" than the Middle East conflict was watching "the conflict between Donald Trump's teeth and his tongue".

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"His throat was dry", White House spokesman Raj Shah said.

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