Rachel Maddow notes Donald Trump's unusually slurred speech during his Jerusalem announcement yesterday and reports on the White House announcing that Trump will have a medical exam in January with the results to be made public.
Press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders responded to internet speculation about President Donald Trump's seemingly slurred words, saying Thursday, "The president's throat was dry - nothing more than that".
Trump, 71, spoke Wednesday on Israel and seemed to have difficulty pronouncing words, and particularly the letter "s".
The White House has been trying to mask Trump's declining state by avoiding interviews with objective journalists and heavily managing his travel schedule, but reporters are beginning to ask the question that the White House doesn't want to face.
"Thank you, God bless you, God bless Israel, God bless the Palestinians, and God bless the United States , " Trump said. "So I think he's in pretty good health".
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Questions had arisen about whether Trump wears dentures.
Trump has frequently touted his health throughout his campaign and presidency, and producing a letter signed by his personal physician of 35 years to prove his point.
"The President's throat was dry, nothing more than that", she said.
"The full physical that most presidents go through that will take at Walter Reed (National Military Medical Centre) and those records will be released by the doctor following that taking place".
Trump has frequently touted his oral health in the past.