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Donald Trump’s campaign on Tuesday criticized Howard Dean for his comments appearing to question whether the Republican nominee’s debate-night sniffles may be related to cocaine-use.
“Governor Dean’s comment was beyond the pale and has no place in our important political discussion,” the Trump campaign said in a statement, according to an NBC News reporter.
“On a night where millions of Americans were able to compare and contrast the policies of both candidates, Governor Dean went straight to the gutter and was nothing more than a sad distraction in a desperate attempt to stay relevant.”
Dean, a doctor and former chairman of the Democratic National Committee, first brought up the issue in a tweet Monday night.
“Notice Trump sniffling all the time. Coke user?” Dean tweeted.
On Tuesday, Dean doubled down on the insinuation.
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