Did Trump's Teeth Almost Fall Out During His Historic Israel Speech?

Trump slurs his words in a public speech, sparking health concerns

His throat was dry.

The White House said President Trump just had a case of "dry throat" during his speech recognizing Jerusalem as the capital of Israel when he appeared to have trouble catching his breath and slurred several words.

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

Trump regularly ridiculed Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton over health concerns during the 2016 campaign, repeatedly questioning her stamina and strength.

A clip from the president's speech on Jerusalem appeared to show him struggling to enunciate certain words and sucking in his teeth-in a move that did not go unnoticed by the Twittersphere.

Noah seized on the historic moment to make the pettiest of observations: That a 71-year-old man might wear dentures. He's slurring and stumbling over the words.

"He sounds like he just had a drink with Bill Cosby", he quipped. "But there is shame in Donald Trump having dentures".

Trump, in a major foreign policy shift, announced that the USA would move its embassy in Israel from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem. "There's no shame in having dentures", began Noah.

"Because he's vain as hell", Noah said.

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

The President grabbed for a bottle of water during a November 15 speech. "Maybe it wasn't as bad as it seemed", he said before replaying a segment of the speech. "We're live when Trump addresses a joint session of Congress for the "Shshh" of the Union".

"I know what you're getting at", Shah replied.

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