White House says Trump will undergo physical exam after slurred speech

Frederick Owens
December 8, 2017

The White House said President Trump's slurred speech at the end of his announcement about Jerusalem was no more than a case of dry mouth.

U.S. President Donald Trump delivers remarks recognizing Jerusalem as the capital of Israel at the White House in Washington, U.S. December 6, 2017.

At the end of his speech, Trump said "God Bless the United States", but the last word came out as "Shhtates".

The slippage appeared to indicate a sliding lower plate, which led to speculation as to whether the president has gone on record as wearing dentures instead of opting for more permanent - and convenient - dental implants. "A lot of times these rooms are very hot, like saunas, and I guess that is a form of exercise and, you know?"

"I say forget the Mueller investigation, bring on the molar investigation".

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Trump's speech sent Twitter into a frenzy with people questioning whether he had health problems, was suffering from issues with his medication, or possible issues with dentures.

"As disturbing as it was today to watch Donald Trump add fuel to the Middle East conflict, it was even more disturbing to watch the conflict between Donald Trump's teeth and his tongue", "The Daily Show" host said. "You could call it slurring or just a little bit of difficulty forming the words". Noah continued. "It seemed like someone hit him with a blow dart just before he went out to make the speech".

Noah added: "Oh man! Yeah. This is what's going on", Noah said. "President Trump is wearing dentures, people!"

Noah then suggested that people NOT start using the hashtag #DentureDonald.

"By the way, there's no shame in having dentures", Noah said. After all, the president and his team must have crafted the speech and made the decision about Jerusalem knowing that they would be heavily criticized for it.

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