Carrie Fisher says Donald Trump 'absolutely' does cocaine after another debate full of sniffles

Carrie Fisher says she knows why Donald Trump was sniffing so much during the second presidential debate — he does cocaine.

Fisher was asked through social media during the debate Sunday night if Trump was a "coke head" because of his audible, reoccurring sniffing.

"I'm an expert & ABSOLUTELY," the Star Wars actress responded on her verified Twitter account.

Fisher has been open about her prior drug use.

This is not the first time the GOP presidential nominee has been accused of doing drugs.

Howard Dean suggested during the first presidential debate that Trump perhaps used cocaine because he was sniffing so much then, too. Dean later apologized for the "innuendo."

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Twitter reacts to the second debate
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Twitter reacts to the second debate
1. insisting trump won a debate w style points despite (a) his words; and (b) two polls found he lost, is the heigh…
Does oversampling Democrat matter? Trump won Independents in the YouGov poll by 15 points yet LOST THE POLL!!!
Translation: Trump won the debate.
Clinton won the debate by a bit, but she's going to win the aftermath by a lot as people digest Trump's promise to jail political opponents
.@ChrisKofinis says that Clinton clearly won focus group of undecided NC voters that he conducted during the debate
Who won debate? Per CNN insta-poll · 64% of women say Clinton did · 49% of men say Clinton did

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