White House downplays Trump's slurred speech

White House downplays Trump's slurred speech

White House downplays Trump's slurred speech

Trump's cap-off - "God bless the United States" - was barely audible because of the speech flub.

President Trump will undergo the traditional physical examination at Walter Reed National Military Medical Center in early 2018 and make public the results of that checkup, the White House promised on Thursday.

During Trump's major speech on Wednesday announcing that the USA would recognize Jerusalem as the capital of Israel, the president appeared to start slurring his words, leading many online to speculate what could be the causing the impairment.

"There were a lot of questions on that - frankly, pretty ridiculous questions", Sanders told reporters at the White House press briefing.

"I know what you're getting at", Shah said when pressed if the garbled words could be a sign of health concerns.

The last phrase of Trump's speech was mangled.

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

Although slurring can be caused by a number of reasons, such as a stroke or brain tumor, many internet users thought Trump was trying to prevent his dentures - if he wears any - from falling out.

"The President is perfectly healthy; he's been working in meetings all day and in fact is still here working now", the official said. But the pronunciation of those words appeared to slur.

Noah also went on to indicate that Trump must have been having trouble with his dentures and called for a "molar investigation". "At this point, I wouldn't be shocked to find out he is the dude from 'Men in Black, '" Noah said jokingly. "We're live when Trump addresses a joint session of Congress for the "Shtshh" of the Union".

James Corden gave his take as well, saying it seemed like something was "wrong" with Trump's mouth. We don't know what's going on, but this is a legitimate issue worthy of consideration.

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