LGBTQ issues a low priority at the RNC but everyone thinks Trump Jr was high when he gave his speech

Donald Trump Jr. has been accused of doing cocaine shortly before giving his speech for the Republican National Convention

Donald Trump Jr. has been accused of doing cocaine shortly before giving his speech for the Republican National ConventionPhoto: Screenshot

The opening night of the Republican National Convention didn’t feature LGBTQ people – let alone issues of importance to the community – but it started buzz online.

Donald Trump Jr. and Kimberly Guilfoyle have been accused of doing drugs before giving their speeches.

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Guilfoyle, who is Trump Jr.’s girlfriend and a top fundraiser for Trump’s 2020 reelection campaign, shouted her way through her speech.

“This is the first time in my life I’ve had to turn down the volume on C-SPAN,” Late Show host Stephen Colbert joked after the event ended. “God, I’m glad we already had our kids because I think if I was too close to the TV, I might have been sterilized by that. Oh my God. That was a tough act to follow or watch.”

But Trump Jr. earned the most attention for his jerky manic speech given with bloodshot watery eyes during his pre-taped speech. The immediate reaction was that he was high on drugs like cocaine.

“One word: Visene,” actor Debra Messing tweeted with the hashtag #DonnieDrugs.


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