Most of Donald Trump's speeches are disasters–but the speech he made yesterday about Jerusalem was on another level of disastrous-ness. Towards the end, his words began to slur, inspiring many internet theories about the cause of his muddled words. People think Trump just had a mini stroke at the end of a speech. The current leading theory for Trump's slurring comes by way of Trevor Noah, host of The Daily Show: That Trump wears dentures, and they were falling out.Trump announces that the U.S. will recognize Jerusalem as Israel’s capital and all hell breaks loose between his tongue and teeth. #DentureDonaldFull episode: https://t.co/DJZoI9j8Yo pic.twitter.com/nCciSWuJJ1— The Daily Show (@TheDailyShow) December 7, 2017 After cracking a few jokes about what the cause may be (for example, maybe Trump got hit by a blow dart), Noah explained his denture insight."We all know what’s going on here; President Trump is wearing dentures, people," Noah said on The Daily Show. "This used to happen to my grandfather all the time. His dentures would start falling out and then he wouldn't be able to finish his sentence. That's what would happen."Noah continued to provide evidence backing his theory. "Okay, think about it. Have you ever seen Trump eat an apple, or a pear, or fruits or vegetables of any kind?" Noah said. "Think about it: fake teeth, fake hair, fake tan. There's no part of his body that's real."So, he proposed bringing this newly-discovered fake aspect of Trump's body to light. “Can you imagine how [Trump] would feel if people started tweeting #DentureDonald?” Noah said to the audience. “Don’t do it guys, he's very sensitive!”Obviously, Noah's sarcastic warning not to do it was interpreted as an encouraging "YES, DO IT."A ton of viewers took to Twitter to get the hashtag trending.https://twitter.com/_DrawMonkey_/status/938620854807748608Do not retweet this or use this hashtag because it'd be hilarious. #DentureDonald— This is bullshit 🦓💥☭🐬 (@TheDeau) December 7, 2017 Now I completely understand this creepy moment. How else was he supposed to keep the dentures in? 💡💡💡#DentureDonald pic.twitter.com/FuYXgjgM0T— Big Brooklyn Energy (@NYEverything) December 7, 2017 “I alone can Fixodent.” #DentureDonald— Persist NeverthelessⓋ🌱 (@DanielleThys) December 7, 2017 The Daily Show continued to jokingly tell its fans to stop using the hashtag–which only helped it grow.How awful would it be if @realDonaldTrump logged on to Twitter in the morning and saw #DentureDonald trending https://t.co/w9qMfvuG3R— The Daily Show (@TheDailyShow) December 7, 2017 DO NOT RETWEET USING #DentureDonald https://t.co/BgtSDwWmJ7— The Daily Show (@TheDailyShow) December 7, 2017 This is sherioush, people. #DentureDonald Watch: https://t.co/YgOid3ygiw pic.twitter.com/IWsrHI2XoT— The Daily Show (@TheDailyShow) December 7, 2017 Donald Trump has yet to comment on his slurred words–but here's hoping that when he does, his dentures are firmly in place.