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Meet the Convicted Cocaine Trafficker Donald Trump Called a 'Credit to the Community'

Rumors of “cheap speed ” prescriptions and speculation about cocaine use notwithstanding, celebrity real estate developer and Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump enjoys a decades-old reputation as a teetotaler. That did not, however, stop him from employing a convicted cocaine trafficker in the 1980s. Read more...
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