Drink In James Corden's Mini Montage Of Donald Trump Weirdly Drinking Water
Take both hands off your glass of water and put them together for James Corden's new mini-assembly.
After the “Late Late Show” moderator joked in his Monday exhibition about the “dynamics” with which President Donald Trump drove down a ramp after his speech to West Point graduates over the weekend, he decided to turn to a more pressing issue: the super strange way The President drinks water.
The President - usually with two hands to drink a glass of water. There is nothing to see here. (Photo: screenshot from CBS "Late Late Show")
According to a clip in which Trump strangely raises a glass of water with both hands during the speech, Corden said he had never seen anyone drink like this.
"He's drinking water like it's mad at him," said Corden. “Here he needs help from the National Guard. Forget the protests. "
With that in mind, Corden decided to release a short PSA parody that encouraged everyone to stay hydrated throughout the summer. Fortunately, he had a mini montage of the president, who repeatedly struggled with his drinks to bring this message home.
Drink it from around 2:50 a.m .:
Corden closed his PSA by reminding everyone to stay hydrated, "even if you drink water as if you don't know what water is."
Water you are waiting for, Mr. President?
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