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

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

His throat was dry.

In a historic moment, President Trump recognized Jerusalem as the capital of Israel, winning praise from Jews and making haters who call him a "Nazi" eat their words once again.

"I say forget the Mueller investigation, bring on the molar investigation". The president slurred his words throughout the speech, and viewers could hear the swirling of saliva as he struggled to get his fake teeth back into place.

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

On Wednesday night, Trevor Noah mocked President Trump's denture mishap while he addressed the nation about 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", "The Daily Show" host said.

Noah added: "Oh man!" But the pronunciation of those words appeared to slur.

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"He sounds like he just had a drink with Bill Cosby", he quipped.

"By the way, there's no shame in having dentures", Noah said.

Watch Noah's bit above and Trump's Jerusalem speech below.

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

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

Stephen Colbert also joked about the president's speech. "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". "I'm just saying, 'Can you imagine?'"