As Donald Trump neared the end off his speech Friday declaring a national emergency designed to enable him to order construction of a wall along the United States-Mexico border — even though Congress refused to allocate funds for the wall project, as Inquisitr reported earlier — he discussed how he expected to be sued over the declaration, and predicted that the case would ultimately be decided by the United States Supreme Court.

And while there was nothing remarkable about the content of Trump’s complaints about potential lawsuits, he delivered that part of his speech in what was widely described as a “sing song” voice that was noted even by the New York Post, a newspaper owned by Trump ally Rupert Murdoch.

The conservative site CNS News also noted Trump’s “sing song” cadence, quoting an excerpt from the speech and italicizing words on which Trump placed a musical emphasis.

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