Late-night hosts poke fun at Trump's slurred speech

President Donald Trump's slurred words during a speech announcing his controversial decision to move the USA embassy in Israel to Jerusalem are being dismissed by the White House as the result of a dry throat.

"His throat was dry".

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

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Shah, pressed on the health concerns, dismissed suggestions the slurring signaled a deeper problem.

Trump, in a major foreign policy shift, announced that the USA would move its embassy in Israel from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem.

Noah seized on the historic moment to make the pettiest of observations: That a 71-year-old man might wear dentures. But the pronunciation of those words appeared to slur.

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"We all know what's going on here; President Trump is wearing dentures, people", Noah continued, explaining he's seen this type of dental malfunction before on his own grandfather. "But there is shame in Donald Trump having dentures, yeah, because he's vain as hell!"

"There's no shame in having dentures", began Noah. During a televised speech summarizing his trip to Asia last month, Trump appeared to have trouble breathing and stopped to drink from a bottle with two hands. "Maybe it wasn't as bad as it seemed", he said before replaying a segment of the speech.

"I am really looking forward to this January 30".

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James Corden gave his take as well, saying it seemed like something was "wrong" with Trump's mouth. "You know what, maybe we're being mean".

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