Possible causes of Donald Trump’s sniffling


during the town hall debate at Washington University on October 9, 2016 in St Louis, Missouri. This is the second of three presidential debates scheduled prior to the November 8th election.

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ST. LOUIS — Twitter was lively during Sunday’s presidential debate and it wasn’t just about the issues.

Once again, Donald Trump’s sniffling got a lot of attention.

Forbes Magazine published an article titled, “Donald Trump’s sniffling continues, here now are the possible causes.”

Here are some of their reasons:

  • It could be something as simple as allergies.
  • Or maybe chronic sinusitus.
  • Something in the air at the debate location could be an irritant – like smoking, perfume, or general air pollution.
  • Certain medications can cause sniffling – those medications include blood pressure meds, mental health meds, and meds for erectile dysfunction. Nose sprays can also cause dripping.
  • He may have a “tic” – involuntary muscle movements often caused by stress.
  • Or he could be crying. Debates are hard! Maybe he’s emotional.

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