Ex-Handler Says in Standup Set That Trump Was ‘Speed Freak’ Who Railed Lines of Adderall

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A former talent handler for President Donald Trump that worked with him and his family during the 1990s and the early 2000s said, during a comedy routine on Wednesday night, that Trump was a “speed freak” who invited teenage girls to his hotel room.

Last night, comedian Noel Casler took the stage at the Gotham Comedy Club’s veteran show. About halfway through his set, Casler turned his attention to the Trump family, noting that he worked on six seasons of Celebrity Apprentice and on a number of Miss Teen USA pageants in the 1990s. Casler said that while he signed a non-disclosure agreement prior to working on either project, Trump’s current standing as president serves as reason enough to tell the audience “everything I know.” The White House did not respond to our request for comment.

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Before we get into the details, it should be noted that this all occurred in a standup routine and thus should be taken with a sizable grain of salt. After making some throwaway jokes at the expense of the entire Trump family, Casler turned his focus to the Miss Teen USA pageants, where he claimed that Trump would stick his fingers in the mouths of the participants, judge their bodies, and then invite the few he selected to his penthouse.

Casler also revealed in the set that Trump was a “speed freak,” saying: “He crushes up his Adderall and he sniffs it because he can’t read, so he gets really nervous when he has to read cue cards.”

“I’m not kidding, this is true,” Casler added. “I had a 24-page NDA, non-disclosure agreement. I didn’t know he was becoming president. Now it’s like ‘No way, dumbass,’ I’m telling you everything I know.”

Casler couldn’t be reached for comment, but since his standup set, has retweeted links to the video from Tom Arnold and Kathy Griffin, as well as this:

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Again, all of this was said during a standup set, so just remember that grain of salt. That said, there exists a long history of those close to Trump passing along similar stories regarding his drug use. The most notable came in a 1992 edition of Spy, which was able to snag a copy of his medical records. As for the invitation of teenagers to his penthouse suite, Trump’s history of being a creep stands for itself, with or without an added dose of predatory behavior.

You can watch Casler’s set below.

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