Trump’s Rally Speech Takes Awkward Turn as Keen Observers Notice Something Isn’t Right


Former President Donald Trump on Saturday, June 22, surprised many critics at his MAGA rally in Philadelphia by making several verbal blunders during his speech. Trump’s appearance in Philadelphia followed an earlier event in Washington, D.C., where he faced criticism for a speech that some on social media described as “incoherent” and “rambling.”

His second rally of the day drew significant attention on social media for what users described as numerous “misfires”, with the leader at some point almost mentioning Pennsylvania in an unrelated speech. One instance occurred when Trump said, “So they were afraid for their lives in pen—, think of it,” before quickly correcting himself. “They couldn’t stand it. They were so afraid… Venezuela.”

Another notable mistake occurred when Trump discussed the issue of drugs, as reported by Newsmax. “You think of it as an ancient thing, but you know what made it… almost as big as the trug drug dealing stuff, you know what it was? The internet,” he said, stumbling over his words. “It made it massive.”

But such are becoming usual in his rallies and speeches, raising questions about his ability to effectively serve for another term. But Trump has held that he is still sharp and able to serve and recently even revealed the results of a mental assessment test he took in 2018.

“I think he should take a cognitive test like I did,” Trump stated, in a message aimed at President Joe Biden, his main opponent. “I took a cognitive test and I aced it,” he was quoted by Newsmax on June 15. However, he ended up attracting more attention, after forgetting the name of the doctor who did the test.

“Doc Ronny Johnson,” Trump said. “Does everyone know Ronny Johnson, congressman from Texas? He was the White House doctor, and he said I was the healthiest president, he feels, in history, so I liked him very much indeed immediately.”

Trump was actually referring to Rep. Ronny Jackson (R-TX). But he has been on the frontline in mocking Biden for his own missteps, making fun of the Democrat’s gaffes while trying to convince Americans that he is the best choice for them.

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