Howard “screaming” Dean must still be sore about losing his Democrat presidential candidacy in such a humiliating way.
During Monday night’s debate between Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton, Dean suggested Trump was using cocaine.
Trump was notably sniffling through the first part of the debate. Sensitive microphones were obviously able to pick up anything and everything, including a mild case of postnasal drip.
That’s not to suggest that Trump was temporarily suffering from a cold, or allergies, but to suggest that the notoriously clean and sober Trump was engaging in hard-core illegal drugs, was a really bad and desperate joke at best.
Notice Trump sniffing all the time. Coke user?
— Howard Dean (@GovHowardDean) September 27, 2016
His comment generated a lot retweets, but also a lot of scorn, including from those who don’t necessarily support Trump:
@GovHowardDean unbecoming Governor. Americans expect better from you.
— Kevin Corke (@kevincorke) September 27, 2016
Actually, they don’t. But still…
@GeorgetteMcClel @GovHowardDean it’s a stupid comment from someone who should be taking the high ground.
— Ryan Miller (@ryancmiller) September 27, 2016
Maybe, but please remember, Governor, “When they go low, we go high.” Those kinds of speculative accusations are beneath us.
— (((Jerry))) (@gwhilts) September 27, 2016
But lest we forget who we’re talking about here:
— Nick Guillory (@nickguillory) September 27, 2016
@GovHowardDean says the worlds most excitable man.
— aronmagner (@aronmagner) September 27, 2016
@GovHowardDean what drug were u on when u went on that epic rant that destroyed your run?
— Nick Di Paolo (@NickDiPaolo) September 27, 2016
— Tom Stokes (@SportsPlusShow) September 27, 2016
Sure seems that way.
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