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New Bad Lip Reading Video Puts A Hilarious Spin On Trump's State Of The Union Speech

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Are you wondering what were the key players at the State of the Union address really discussing while they tried to keep up with appearances through applause?

Imagine no more. The geniuses at Bad Lip Reading are up to their brilliant hijinks again after lampooning the 2019 NFL season and roasting Sarah Sanders's White House press briefing.

Thanks to BLR's ridiculous overdubbed asides and sardonic quips, this year's SOTU is actually watchable without turning your stomach.

Where else could you watch Vin Diesel herald Donald Trump's arrival into the House of Representatives chamber?

Also, Mike Pence better heed Nancy Pelosi's warning about not touching her gavel. "Don't lay a finger on my gavel," she threatens the Vice President. We've always known she has no time for tomfoolery.

If ever there was a time for the masters of trolling to return, the SOTU was a prime opportunity.

It's good to have you guys back, BLP!


Watch "STATE OF THE UNION" – A Bad Lip Reading in the YouTube clip below. And make sure your door is closed, because you're about to seriously guffaw.


"STATE OF THE UNION" — A Bad Lip Reading www.youtube.com

Interestingly, much of Trump's overdubs don't stray too far from his usual nonsensical and inarticulate jabbering.

"I'm mad at you, but you know, you gotta be an optimist in our world," says Trump while greeting one of the legislators.

"I think I just said a haiku. Is it haiku or jaiku? Which should I be saying?"


He even channels Robin Williams from Mork & Mindy, giving relevance to the words, "nanoo nanoo."

Additional pretend-words were thrown into the mix, like "elegantro" as he acknowledged his audience. Just like "hamberders," it doesn't get more Trumpian than that. Pure jibberish.

Observing Trump greeting Pence and Pelosi with the obligatory handshake, Bernie Sanders says, "I wanna roast all of his fingers."

Melania gets a word in as well, and it's one of a dairy concern. "It's time for meeee. Milk."

Okay, sure. Milk for everybody!

BLR never fails us.











In BLR's version of his speech, Trump declared that he likes the bra business, thinks China has a "nifty" wall, and just loves pizza parties.

The commander in chief doesn't differ that much in reality, does he?

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