Donald Trump sniffing and heavy breathing during his speech last night (Jan. 9) on border security, reinforced claims that he regularly snorts Adderall to get through situations that require his concentration and attention to detail.
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Former “Apprentice” and NBC staffer Noel Casler, who is now doing stand up comedy, revealed during one of his routines that Trump is a “speed freak” who crushed up Adderall and snorts it because of nervousness and difficulty reading.
Casler said Trump “can’t read” and promptly gets “really nervous” when confronted with cue cards.
“He’s a speed freak. He crushes up his Adderall and he sniffs it because he can’t read and he gets really nervous when he has to read cue cards. I’m not kidding. This is true. I had a 24-page NDA, non-disclosure agreement. I didn’t know, then, he was becoming president,” he said.
Trump sniffing is almost as much of a mystery as his tax returns. But shocking new allegations that he is a long-term habitual abuser of the stimulant Adderall raises new concerns about his mental and physical condition.
The concerns were heightened by Trump’s doctor of 35 years, Harold Bornstein. He revealed last May that Trump wrote his 2016 campaign medical report himself.
The report was released during a heated debate over his and rival Hilary Clinton’s health. Clinton released a detailed report from her doctor.
Trump released a one-page letter signed by Bornstein. It stated that, if elected, he would “be the healthiest individual ever elected to the presidency.”
“He dictated that whole letter. I didn’t write that letter. I just made it up as I went along,’ Bornsten told CNN.
The doctor’s decision to come forward was allegedly prompted by what he called a “raid” on his office last year.
Keith Schiller, Trump’s personal bodyguard. and two other men spent a half hour rummaging through his office and took all of the president’s medical records.
The unsettling visit came after Bornstein revealed that he’d prescribed Propecia to the president for years to restore his growth.
After he took office, Trump was examined by Navy doctor Ronny Jackson, then the top White House physician. He also said Donald Trump’s health was glowing in a report last January that also raised eyebrows.
For one, his report contained the fiction that Trump is 6-feet, 3-inches tall and weighs 239 pounds. His height is actually closer to 6-feet, 1-inch, and he looks considerably heavier than 239 pounds.
Given Trump’s known lack of exercise and his poor diet of fast food and diet Coke, Jackson said he just “assumed” Trump had “good genes.”
Trump sniffing grew more pronounced as the speech went on. By the time he neared the end, he Trump sniffing was loud and pronounced. Such behavior is consistent with individuals who inhale drugs.
Adderall is an amphetamine with a chemical makeup similar to methamphetamine and MDMA (ecstasy), according to medical references.
It’s typically used to treat patients with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD). It effects parts of the brain that control hyperactivity and impulses.
It also improves attention and focus, which Trump would need to get through his speech.
Crushing up and snorting the drug would be one way to get an immediate high.
Adderall is listed with heroin, cocaine and methamphetamine on the Drug Enforcement Administration’s Schedule II list of controlled substances. That list classifies the drug as one with a high potential for abuse, with the ability to lead to psychological and physical dependence.
The drug is most often abused by college students, who use it to help concentrate while studying for exams.
Trump would need a prescription to get the drug, unless he is receiving it through illegal means through a prescription to someone else.
“Over time, those habitually using Adderall develop a tolerance to the drug and are unable to function normally without it,” according to the Addiction Center, which works with nationally recognized drug addiction rehab facilities.
Trump sniffing also stood out during speeches and debates during the 2016 campaign. His heavy breathing and sniffing last night did not go unnoticed on Twitter. (See above)
Casler, who also worked for Trump’s Miss USA and Miss Teen USA pageants, said Trump routinely hit on teenage contestants and invited them up to his penthouse suite in what he portrayed as a solicitation for sex in exchange for pageant favors.
He elaborated: “I worked on a bunch of those beauty pageants [Trump] had in the ’90s, too. That was good idea. Miss Teen Universe? That’s like giving Jeffrey Dahmer a cooking show. He would line up the girls on the side of the stage and he would inspect them, literally. He would stick his little freaking doll fingers in their mouth and look at their teeth. I’m not kidding. This is true. He’d line ’em up like they were pieces of meat. He’d be like ‘You, you, and you. If you want to win, I’m in the penthouse suite. Come and see me.'”
Check out the video below, and go here to see Casler’s stand up routine.