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Donald Trump Mocked for Slurring Words in Rally Speech

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Trump received backlash

Following a rally in Wildwood, New Jersey, former President Donald Trump received backlash and mockery for what seemed to be a slurred speech.


Video clips from the event showed instances where Trump’s words appeared unclear, leading to speculation and ridicule across various social media platforms. Multiple online platforms, such as Raw Story, circulated footage revealing moments during Trump’s speech where his delivery appeared to stumble, with some words sounding unclear or hard to grasp.


Additionally, he seemed to mistakenly interchange “Beijing” with “Taiwan” during the address. While Trump’s speeches typically revolve around common topics like immigration, the economy, and his grievances towards the media and political adversaries, they have been criticized in the past for being meandering or contentious.

Hush money trial

During this instance, he reiterated baseless claims alleging President Joe Biden’s involvement in the ongoing hush money trial in New York. According to previous reports from Newsweek, Trump is accused of making payments, including a purported $130,000 hush money transaction with adult film star Stormy Daniels.

34 felony charges

The former president is facing 34 felony charges related to allegedly falsifying business records linked to the Daniels payment, all of which he has refuted. Critics swiftly seized upon this moment at the rally, sharing clips of the speech and providing commentary on platforms like X (formerly Twitter).

Health concerns

Some insinuated that the speech impediment hinted at health concerns, while others used it as an opportunity to ridicule the ex-president. George Conway, a writer for The Atlantic, shared with his 2.3 million followers on X: “C’mon guys, do you really think this is normal? And how much coverage would you be giving to Joe Biden if he slurred gibberish like this?”

Typing error

Conway also mentioned Trump’s well-known ‘Covfefe’ Tweet, believed to be a typing error, that Trump posted during his presidency and quickly spread across the internet, turning into a popular meme.

Raw Story

According to Raw Story, Twitter user Jo @jojofromjerz, decoded one of Trump’s garbled sentences at the rally as “Carry-dite-bye-raye-sigh-en,” prompting other online users to question its meaning.


Trump’s representatives have remained silent on the New Jersey rally incident, and Trump himself has not issued any official response regarding the issue.

Speaking abilities

This isn’t the initial instance where Trump’s speaking abilities have been questioned.


Throughout his tenure, there were numerous occasions where he seemed to have difficulty with pronunciation or clarity during public speeches.

Devoted followers

Despite the ridicule, Trump’s devoted followers stood by him, downplaying the incident as inconsequential and commending his ongoing dedication to interacting with the public.



  1. CY

    May 15, 2024 at 4:37 am

    These people mocking Trump apparently haven’t listened to Joe Biden.

  2. SO

    May 15, 2024 at 1:12 pm

    A full article on Trump slurring a couple words, you build a whole library around all the Biden gaffs. 😀

    • Jonathan BRAGG

      May 15, 2024 at 2:05 pm

      gaffes not gaffs

  3. K C

    May 15, 2024 at 3:23 pm

    Liars, adulterers, persons who commit treason, defies the rule of law, someone with NPDO, as well as facing several criminal charges, with visions of being an autocratic should have such a huge platform.

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