After President Trump officially recognized Jerusalem as Israel's capital on Wednesday, many on social media couldn't help but notice that the president slurred his speech towards the end of his announcement.

"Thank you, God bless you, God bless Israel, God bless the Palestinians, and God bless the United States," Trump said at the end of his speech, with Twitterverse pointing out that he mispronounced "States." 

Listeners, including actress Mia Farrow, expressed their concerns and questioned his health state. Others went a step further and wondered if Trump wears dentures: 

Trump's remark in question, which starts at about the 45:00 mark, can be watched below: 

Late Wednesday, the White House said Trump's speech was attributed to a dry mouth and dismissed speculation that his slurred words point to health issues.

“His throat was dry. There’s nothing to it,” said White House principal deputy press secretary Raj Shah, according to The Los Angeles Times.

Before assuming the presidency, Trump touted his health and questioned Hillary Clinton's fitness during the campaign trail, going as far as suggesting that she lacked the "stamina" for the job.

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