And by Thursday morning, #DentureDonald was among the top trends on the social media site. When the Daily Show covered the announcement, however, that wasn't the question that came up.
"I noticed that he clears his mouth after finishing speaking, so whether that was a dry mouth or a misplaced dental issue is unclear, but given everything else, that is a much more likely cause of that", he said.
"What the hell was going on there?!.It seemed like someone hit him with a blow dart right before he made the speech". "What the hell was going on?"
Meanwhile, Neil Patrick Harris, filling in for ABC late-night host Jimmy Kimmel, promised to make fun of Trump, explaining it's required of late-night hosts.
But Noah wants to give Trump another chance, and plays the video again, suggesting that "maybe it wasn't as bad as it seemed". But toward the end of the White House address, Trump began to slur parts of his speech, garbling "God bless the United States" at the end of his remarks. President Trump is wearing dentures, people. "His dentures would start falling out, and then he wouldn't be able to finish his shentensh".
"Fake teeth, fake hair, fake tan-there's no part of his body that's real", Noah quipped. He goes on to emphasize that there's no shame in wearing dentures - but for a man with the supposed vanity of Donald Trump, actually, there's a lot of shame.
"It does appear that Donald Trump received a smile makeover with porcelain restorations", the center said in response to a letter asking how Trump achieved his bright smile. "I'm saying there's nothing to it", Shah said.
However, it wasn't Trump's words that became the focus of attention during the important speech.
"His throat was dry", White House spokesman Raj Shah said.