Trump slurs words in Jerusalem embassy speech

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There's nothing to be ashamed of about having dentures at Trump's age, for example, and if that were the case, it would likely reassure people who had concerns that it might be something more serious. At the end of the speech, Trump is slurring his words, can no longer pronounce the letter "s" - it comes across as "sh" - and then in closing the address, Trump even mispronounces the word "United States" as "United Shates". The side-by-side offerings of John Gartner ("Trump must be evaluated for removal") and Nancy Mroczek ("President Trump is not mentally ill") is a crystal-clear presentation of the American divide.

"Because he's vain as hell", Noah said. "Whether it's courage or they changed their mind, I can't tell you", Trump said, portraying himself as daring to fulfill a promise that previous presidents have shied away from. "It seemed like someone hit him with a blow dart just before he went out to make the speech".

Trump slurs words in Jerusalem embassy speech
Trump slurs words in Jerusalem embassy speech

"I am really looking forward to this January 30". Noah played it again and descended into hysterical laughter once more. But the pronunciation of those words appeared to slur. "What's going on there, man?"

"This used to happen to my grandfather all the time", Noah said. "This happened to my grandfather all the time.his dentures would start falling out and he wouldn't be able to finish his sentence". Have you? Think about it. Fake teeth, fake hair, fake tan. "There's no part of [Trump's] body that's real", he cracked.

Noah added that there's no shame in having dentures.

Gartner gave a straightforward, reality-based assessment of Donald Trump's presidency and the existential threat to America and the world posed by his presidency.