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White House: Dry Throat Caused Donald Trump Word Slurring; Exam Scheduled

07 December 2017, 11:39 | Erica Roy

White House: Dry Throat Caused Donald Trump Word Slurring; Exam Scheduled

US President Donald Trump delivers a statement on Jerusalem as US Vice President Mike Pence looks on in the Diplomatic Reception Room of the White House in Washington DC

Sanders, a former Democratic presidential candidate, was referencing the infamous "Access Hollywood" tape that rattled but did not destroy Trump's presidential campaign.

Dry throat caused President Donald Trump to slur his words during Wednesday's speech announcing he will move the USA embassy in Israel to Jerusalem, White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders insisted at Thursday's press briefing. "The president's throat was dry, nothing more than that".

The announcement followed an incident Wednesday in which the president appeared to slur his words during a speech recognizing Jerusalem as the capital of Israel.

Sanders added that like presidents before him, Trump will undergo a "full physical" at Walter Reed military hospital. "That will take place at Walter Reed, and those records will be released by the doctor following that".

During his almost one year as president, Trump, now 71, has not publicly released any medical records.


"If elected, Mr. Trump, I can state unequivocally, will be the healthiest individual ever elected to the presidency", Trump's physician of 25 years, Dr. Harold Bornstein, said in a signed statement in December 2015.

Trump's vocal stumble lit up Twitter with users assuming he was suffering from health problems or questioning if he has false teeth, which led to "Daily Show" host Trevor Noah launching the #Donalddentures handle. "I really enjoy doing it", Trump said.

"You don't get to be my age without lots of personal experience that you hear about with #MeToo", said O'Connor.

The commander in chief's powers to unleash nuclear armageddon understandably makes Americans concerned about their leader's health. Sanders has said that the "right thing is for him to resign".

And Obama was diagnosed with acid reflux - heartburn, the classic Type-A health issue - and has in the past suffered from Vitamin D deficiency, which can result from getting insufficient exposure to the sun.



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