Howard Dean Get’s Humiliated On National Television After Calling Trump A “Coke User”

Howard Dean Get’s Humiliated On National Television After Calling Trump A “Coke User”

Former Vermont Governor Howard Dean wrote a very controversial statement on twitter about the first debate. He wrote “Notice Trump sniffing all the time. Coke user?”

People have questioned whether he really thought such a bizarre thing, or if he was just making a bad joke. When the former governor was asked about it on the news, he gave a very strange response, that was a combination of, I don’t really think so, but I’m standing by what I said.

“He also has grandiosity, which is something that accompanies that problem. He has delusions — I’m not talking about being crazy, but, for example, when he told everybody it was smart not to pay taxes, then denied he said it after he said it in front of 100 million people. It’s not that he’s delusionary about it. It’s that he thinks somehow he’s not going to get caught. That is delusional. He has trouble with pressured speech. He interrupted Hillary Clinton 29 times. He couldn’t keep himself together. So, look, do I think at 70 years old he has a cocaine habit, probably not. But it’s something that I think would be interesting to ask him to see if he ever had a problem with that.” Even the biased newscaster could tell that his answer made absolutely no sense whatsoever. Check out the video below.

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