Trump ‘Stumbles And Slurs’ At Painful Rally

During a recent rally in Rome, Georgia, former President Donald Trump stumbled and slurred his words, ironically mocking President Joe Biden for stuttering. Trump, who has been critical of Biden’s taunts about the election, performed a fake stuttering impression while delivering a speech at the “Get Out The Vote” event.



In his attempt to criticize Biden’s State of the Union address, Trump himself encountered stumbling, mispronunciations, and gaffes throughout the speech. He began by describing Biden’s speech as “by far the most disgraceful part of Joe Biden’s de-surr-ve-sed,” showcasing difficulties in articulation.

“By far the most disgraceful part of Joe Biden’s de-surr-ve-sed, see, it’s a divisive and angry speech,” Trump said.

Trump also repeated the debunked claim that Biden directed the legal actions against him, asserting he was Biden’s “Top, and only, political appointment,” which is factually incorrect. The former president further slurred as he offered explanations for a series of gaffes, including confusing Biden with former President Barack Obama, misidentifying countries, and making inaccurate statements about various matters.

In addition to targeting Biden, Trump attacked Megyn Kelly and E. Jean Carroll, the woman he has been found liable for defaming in two civil trials. The rulings affirmed that Trump had defamed Carroll by engaging in actions that the court described as akin to rape.

Biden’s campaign has consistently highlighted Trump’s verbal stumbles and slurs, with the president himself poking fun at Trump’s memory during an appearance on NBC’s Late Night with Seth Meyers. Trump responded with a lengthy rant, asserting that his gaffes were intentional and denying any misidentification of his wife.

Harrison Carter
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Harrison Carter has been a huge pro wrestling fan since 2002, and it's been his first love ever since then. He has years of writing experience for all things pro wrestling. His interests outside of wrestling include films, books and soccer.

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