Trump Drops Coke At White House Bombshell

Donald Trump joked about cocaine being found in the White House last year.



Whatever happened to the cocaine they found in the White House, where is it?

Sportscasting veteran Bob Costas pulled no punches as he sharply criticized former President Donald Trump and his supporters during a recent appearance on CNN, branding them a “toxic cult” following a “loathsome” and “disgraceful” leader.

Costas, a vocal Trump critic, did not mince words as he spoke with Michael Smerconish on CNN’s Saturday morning show, “Smerconish.” The discussion revolved around whether President Joe Biden is the Democrats’ best chance to defeat Trump in a potential election rematch. Smerconish introduced the topic with a poll question on his website, prompting viewers to weigh in on whether “only Biden can beat Trump” or “Trump can only beat Biden.”

Bob Costas, a 29-time Emmy winner, joined the conversation with a clear stance against Trump’s candidacy: “Yes, absolutely. He is by far the most disgraceful figure in modern presidential history.” Costas went on to assert that Trump’s conduct had only worsened since 2016, describing him as possessing a “bubbling cauldron of loathsome traits.” He expressed his view that those critical of Trump were often dismissed as suffering from “Trump derangement syndrome,” a term used by Trump’s supporters and media outlets like Fox News to downplay legitimate criticisms.

Costas continued his critique by suggesting that only those in the grips of a “toxic delusion” within a “toxic cult” would believe that Trump had ever been emotionally, psychologically, intellectually, or ethically fit for the presidency. He contrasted this with what he viewed as a lack of a similar cult surrounding Joe Biden, stating, “There is no cult of Joe Biden.”

The strong language used by Costas reflects the intensity of the political divide and the passionate opinions surrounding key political figures, particularly the ongoing debate about the legacy and impact of Donald Trump. As the conversation on CNN unfolded, Costas made his position clear and did not shy away from characterizing Trump and his followers in stark terms.

Harrison Carter
Harrison Carter
Harrison Carter has been a huge pro wrestling fan since 2002, and it's been his first love ever since then. He has years of writing experience for all things pro wrestling. His interests outside of wrestling include films, books and soccer.

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