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Melania Trump has been at the center of all sorts of rumors, but one of the most controversial claims have to do with her alleged addiction to painkillers.
Last year, comedian and former “The Apprentice” staff, Noel Casler, shared a series of tweets about the FLOTUS. He claimed that the first lady is a long-term user of Roxicodone, a type of painkiller.
Casler also accused Donald Trump of regularly snorting Adderall, and he also claimed that Don Jr. and Ivanka Trump were blackout drinkers.
“First of all, he does drink and alcoholism and addiction run through the Trump genes like trains at Grand Central. Don Jr. and Ivanka were both blackout drunks that went ‘dry’ and Don has been a daily speed/cocaine user since the 80s. Melania is a long-term opioid user as well. Truth,” Casler wrote.
The comedian also revealed that the entire Trump family knows about Melania’s addiction to painkillers. In fact, Ivanka used to call her stepmom “Junkie Wife.” According to Casler, the FLOTUS wears glasses and smokey eye shadow to hide the appearance of her dilated pupils due to her dependency on painkillers.
“When Melania left the White House for 28 days, it was a result of her long-term opiate abuse. She was either seeking treatment (of which there is no shame) or had legitimate medical complications for drug abuse-kidneys are often an issue. Either way, we never got the truth,” he wrote.
As of late, none of Casler’s claims have been proven to be correct. However, Trump and Melania’s non-denial did not help convince fans that the allegations are incorrect.
In fact, some netizens are convinced that the POTUS is an Adderall user especially after he struggled to organize his thoughts while discussing Iran’s missile retaliation. At that time, the hashtag #SniffyMcAdderall also became trending on Twitter.
“Too much Adderall this morning? #SniffyMcAdderall,” Twitter user @Bill20680 said.
“Okay, #SniffyMcAdderall. You did nothing wrong, your hair is superb, your throat doesn’t look like a vagina, and you have an even tan,” Twitter user @gal_tahoe said.