People Think Trump Had a Stroke Because He Slurred His Words in a Speech | 22 Words

People Think Trump Had a Stroke Because He Slurred His Words in a Speech

esterday, President Donald Trump announced that he would officially recognize Jerusalem as Israel's capital along with plans to relocate the U.S. Embassy there. While on the surface that may not sound like a big deal, it is. CNN reported that "Trump's decision upended seven decades of U.S. foreign policy." The accepted position until now was that the U.S. would not recognize Jerusalem as the capital of Israel until the Israeli-Palestinian conflict — which is clearly so much more nuanced and complex than our president can understand — is resolved. Hamas' political leader called Trump's move "a war declaration against Palestinians." Other world leaders called Trump's announcement "unhelpful" and a "disappointment."

But on to the real issue: Donald Trump's speech. In addition to possibly starting World War 3, Trump, in a speech about his Jerusalem decision, very obviously slurred his speech. Like a lot. It has many theorizing about the state of his mental and physical health, and honestly, the video is pretty appalling.

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