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That seems pretty out there for someone who is a medical doctor. But Dean refused to back down Tuesday, telling MSNBC that he wasn’t making a diagnosis via television and then going on to suggest Trump might have a coc aine habit.
“You can’t make a diagnosis over the television. I would never do that but he has some interesting…that is actually a signature of people who use coc aine,” Dean said. He continued, “I’m not suggesting that Trump does but…” At this point he was cut off by host Kate Snow who interjected, “Well, you are suggesting it actually in a tweet.” Dean replied, “No, I’m suggesting we think about it because here’s the interesting constellation
On The Daily Show, Noah recapped the debate in depth with a 13-minute segment—and toward the end, he zeroed in on those quiet little snarfs. “I don’t want to start any rumors, but there’s a reason I think Trump didn’t do well,” Noah said, imitating Trump’s flair for implication. “I’m not sure, and I’m not trying to start rumors, but Trump was sniffing a lot during this debate, and someone needs to look into that.”
Over on The Late Show, Colbert took a more direct approach. “For months now, Donald Trump has questioned Hillary’s health—repeatedly,” Colbert said. “And I’ve gotta say, there was one possible health scare on stage tonight. Trump sounded like he was fighting off a cold—uh, with coc aine.”
Rumors of Trump’s predilection for stimulants first started really popping up in 1992, when Spy magazine wrote, “Have you ever wondered why Donald Trump has acted so erratically at times, full of manic energy, paranoid, garrulous? Well, he was a patient of Dr. [Joseph] Greenberg’s from 1982 to 1985.” At the time, Dr. Greenberg was notorious for allegedly doling out prescription stimulants to anyone who could pay.
In 1993, Harry Hurt’s unauthorized biography on Trump, Lost Tycoon, corroborated the rumors and went one step further:
The diet drugs, which [Trump] took in pill form, not only curbed his appetite but gave him a feeling of euphoria and unlimited energy. The medical literature warned that some potentially dangerous side effects could result from long-term usage; they included anxiety, insomnia, and delusions of grandeur. According to several Trump Organization insiders, Donald exhibited all these ominous symptoms of diet drug usage, and then some
originally posted by: Tuomptonite
I don't imagine Trump dabbles with the Devils dandruff. Why would he? He's a rich, powerful, white man. Those kinds of people totally don't mess with the yayo.....
originally posted by: Tuomptonite
a reply to: SeekingAlpha
Uh, yeah, I thought it was pretty obvious I was being sarcastic there. Everybody know the A-1 Yola is a rich man's thing. There's a reason why he was always surrounded by hot young models.
originally posted by: MongolianPaellaFish
He's definitely got a severe medical problem:
Must have been tanked to the eyeballs with some powerful meds just to get through the night. I heard he was carried to his car afterwards.
originally posted by: WhateverYouSay
He's a bit old to be a coke user, you think he would have had some heart problems if he was.