Trump snorting Adderall proof xwZOqgD
Trump snorting Adderall proof xwZOqgD
This guy worked on Celebrity Apprentice for 6 years. He did the after-parties and was Jared & Ivanka’s handler. Donald Trump abused Adderall on the set & it made him crazy. He even snorted Adderall. Mark Burnett knew it. A former Celebrity Apprentice Staffer says that Donald Trump Snorted coke & Adderall the set of 'The Apprentice. “Drugs just shot out of Trump’s nose, live, on national TV,” wrote user Fred Harding in a viral tweet that was favorited more than 13,000 times. But while it’s not unprecedented for a president to pop pills, what proof did they have? Videos from his presser that, well, could be the Zapruder film for our age.
Here’s one where something small and white flies across the screen like a dart. In an interview with the Washington Examiner, Mr. Trump claimed to be suspicious about improvements in former Vice President Joseph R. Biden Jr.’s performances during Democratic primary debates, particularly against Senator Bernie Sanders, and said that he thought they should both be tested for drugs before they debate next month.
“I don’t know how he could have been so incompetent in his debate performances and then all of a sudden be OK against Bernie,” Mr. Trump said in the interview. “My point is, if you go back and watch some of those numerous debates, he was so bad. He wasn’t even coherent. And against Bernie, he was. And we’re calling for a drug test.”
His baseless claim that Mr. Biden was incoherent in the primary debates had echoes of his attack on Mrs. Clinton four years ago. “We should take a drug test prior because I don’t know what’s going on with her,” he said then. “But at the beginning of her last debate — she was all pumped up at the beginning, and in the end, it was like, ‘Oh, take me down.’ She could barely reach her car.”
Adderall is a prescription stimulant drug used to treat attention deficit hyperactivity disorder or ADHD. It may also be regularly abused as a “study drug” to enhance focus and increase wakefulness; as a “crash diet drug” for its appetite-suppressing effects; and recreationally as a “party drug” for the heightened euphoria, energy, and excitability it can promote. A study at the University of Kentucky found that 30 percent of its students had abused an ADHD medication like Adderall at some point in their lives, CNN reports, which may represent a microcosm of a larger picture of college campuses around the country.Adderall is a combination of amphetamine and dextroamphetamine that is available in immediate-release (IR) or extended-release (ER) formulations. The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has issued warnings regarding the possible dangerous side effects of the drug, including the potential for a life-threatening overdose when the medication is not taken as prescribed.
Adderall may be abused by taking it without a medical need, for recreational purposes, taking more of the dosage than prescribed, or by altering the drug to use in a way other than intended.
The Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) categorizes Adderall as Schedule II since it has a high potential for abuse, diversion, and addiction, even though it does have legitimate medical uses as well. Abusing Adderall in any manner can be dangerous. The Drug Abuse Warning Network (DAWN) reported that in 2011, more than 17,000 people sought emergency department (ED) treatment for a negative reaction to an amphetamine-dextroamphetamine medication.
One of the major potential dangers of snorting or abusing Adderall is overdose, which can lead to coma, brain damage, or even death. The stimulant nature of the amphetamine in Adderall serves to raise heart rate, blood pressure, body temperature, and respiration rates, and it makes changes to brain chemistry related to pleasure, appetite, sleep functions, energy levels, and concentration abilities. When it is taken necessarily for medical reasons and working as prescribed, Adderall can help people focus, combat hyperactivity, and help balance some of the chemicals in the brain that is negatively affected by ADHD. When abused, the functions of the central nervous system may be increased to hazardous levels. Adderall tablets or capsules are often crushed and then snorted for a more rapid “high. Crushing and then snorting Adderall medication that has an extended-release format, like Adderall XR, bypasses the way the drug is supposed to be slowly released in set doses over a set period of time. Instead, it sends the entire amount of the drug into the bloodstream at once. The brain may be overwhelmed by the amount of Adderall suddenly in its system and may not be able to safely break down the drug. Seizures, racing heart rate, hypertension, fever, severe confusion, and psychosis may be side effects of Adderall overdose, and these can result in stroke, heart attack, or death without swift medical treatment. Mixing other drugs or alcohol with Adderall only increases the risks.
Close to 30,000 Americans died from a prescription drug overdose in 2014, as published by the National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA).
Other Potential Dangers of Snorting Adderall
In addition to the high risk for an unintentional overdose, there are many other hazards specific to snorting Adderall, such as damage to the nasal and sinus cavity, respiratory infections, and lung damage.
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