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    U.S. President Donald Trump participates in a rally in support of South Carolina Governor Henry McMaster in West Columbia, South Carolina, U.S., June 25, 2018

    Trump's Recent South Carolina Speech Leaves Twitterians Dumbfounded

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    The US president’s manner of delivering speeches at his rallies is well-known and widely mocked online, but many social media users noted that the latest might be his "best" so far.

    US President Donald Trump held what was supposed to be an endorsement speech for Henry McMaster, the Republican candidate for South Carolina governor, on June 25, but he wound up touching on a wide array of issues across his political agenda, from migration policy to relations with Canada and Prime Minister Justin Trudeau.

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    The erratic structure of his speech, which strayed far from the key topic of McMaster's candidacy, drew the attention of many Twitter users, who expressed a variety of feelings ranging from outrage to concerns regarding the US president's mental health.

    Many users noted that Trump actually forgot the purpose of his speech and instead of promoting McMaster just went on with an "incoherent rant."

    Some Twitterians even suggested that listening to the president's speech was possibly harmful for one's mental health.

    Some Twitter users, however, expressed their support for the president and his speech.


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