By Earnest Jones  |  10-17-2016   News
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The Republican Nominee Donald Trump has alleged that the Democratic Party nominee might have used drugs during the second presidential elections debate. Trump went ahead and challenged her to join him for a drug test before the third and final debate.

The Republican’s allegations that the Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton was on pharmaceutical dosage were strategically formulated to ensure that Trump diverted attention from himself; this created a dilemma amongst many people as they tried to figure out whether the women who claimed that Trump sexually harassed them were to be trusted or whether it’s true that Clinton was on drugs during the second presidential debate.

Trumps allegations against Hillary Clinton also diverted attention from the hacked emails from Clinton’s campaign chairman John Podesta.

The hacked emails revealed that Clinton’s campaign is concerned if Sen. Elizabeth Warren will endorse Bernie Sanders. The team is also concerned on how Hillary Clinton will respond after being exposed on how she used private emails.

The Democratic nominee’s campaign team is also concerned on how to address the accusations from Juanita Broaddrick; she alleges that Bill Clinton raped her. Bill Clinton refuted strongly against the claims

Trump construed that Hillary Clinton was being impelled ahead of the third presidential debate on Wednesday, Trump told supporters. Trump insinuated that Clinton and Him should have a drug test before ensuing on the third debate. The Republican nominee said that he doesn’t understand what is going on with Hillary Clinton; Trump claimed that during the previous debate, Clinton was fired up and full of energy but after the end of the Debate, she could barely get to her car.

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