Trevor Noah is positive Trump has dentures after Jerusalem slur, starts #DentureDonald

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President Trump made the controversial decision Wednesday to declare Jerusalem the capital of Israel, but what really shocked Trevor Noah wasn’t what Trump said, but how he said it. #DentureDonald.

On Wednesday’s Daily ShowTrevor Noah couldn’t help but laugh at Trump for slurring his words as he made his speech on Jerusalem.

“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,” Trevor Noah said.

Trump clearly had something wrong with his mouth during the speech as he had a hard time pronouncing Jerooshlem and United Shtates.

“Yo, did President Trump just Adele Dazeem the United States?” asked Trevor Noah, referring to John Travolta’s Oscar flub. “What the hell was going on there?!…It seemed like somebody hit him with a blow-dart right before he made the speech.”

Noah then suggested Trump has dentures. “And by the way: there’s no shame in having dentures…but there is shame in Donald Trump having dentures, because he’s vain as hell,” said Noah. “Can you imagine how he would feel if people started tweeting #DentureDonald? Don’t do it! I’m just saying, can you imagine how he’d feel? But don’t do it, guys! He’s very shenshitive, okay?!”

On the Late Show, Stephen Colbert also reacted to Trump’s speech recognizing Jerusalem as Israel’s capital. “Yes, he recognized it in a speech, but I’m still pretty sure he couldn’t recognize it on a map.”

Colbert listed a number of world leaders who opposed Trump’s decision, including France, China, Russia, Germany, the UK, and Pope Francis. “I never thought I would say this, but Donald Trump is really bringing the whole world together,” Colbert joked.

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Caleb is a writer, scholar of satire, and creator of The Lanx. He earned a B.A. in English from UC Berkeley, and M.A. in Literature from Queen Mary University of London, where he focused on satire, satirical propaganda, rhetoric of satire, political cartoons and caricature.

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