Donald Trump's audible sniffing throughout Monday night's debate caused many to wonder if he is battling a cold, but Howard Dean took the speculation to another level.
Notice Trump sniffing all the time. Coke user?
— Howard Dean (@GovHowardDean) September 27, 2016
"Notice Trump sniffling all the time. Coke user?" the former governor of Vermont and onetime Democratic presidential candidate tweeted (yes, from his verified account).
During a section of the presidential debate devoted to the topic of race, moderator Lester Holt accused Donald Trump of continually perpetuating the falsehood that President Barack Obama wasn't born in the United States — a theory that Hillary Clinton called "a racist lie."
But Trump repeatedly deflected Holt's question, turning the moment around to tout that he was able to get Obama's birth certificate released.
Donald Trump's solution for improving race relations between black communities and police was summed up with three words: "law and order." He again suggested at Monday's Hofstra University debate that police reinstate "stop and frisk." "Stop and frisk was ruled unconstitutional in New York, because it largely singled out black and Hispanic young men," Lester Holt said.
Brothers and fellow filmmakers Ken and Ric Burns have received an honorary prize from the New-York Historical Society.
The Burns siblings' many credits together and separately include documentaries on the Civil War, baseball and New York.