Editorial cartoons Halloween costumes have been inspired by President Donald Trump and Alec Baldwin who is famous for impersonating President Trump was also inspired by Trump. People can apparently purchase now 3,4-Methylenedioxymethamphetamine (MDMA), known as ecstasy or molly in the shape of Trump’s face. 

It will also sport Trump’s trademark coiffure. On Friday the Clearwater, Florida, Police Department responded to an overdose call. As per the report, police arrested a 23-year-old Brendan Dolan-King for hiding five orange pills labeled “Trump NL”. Police said he used to stay in the home where the overdose took place. 

In a report, by the National Institute on Drug Abuse, it has been shown that adults 18 to 25 years use the highest percentage of MDMA in their lifetime. It also reports synthetic opioids, which mainly included illegal fentanyl, surpassed prescription opioids in 2016 as the most common drugs contributing to overdose deaths in the United States.

A spokesperson from the Clearwater Police Department told sources they have seen ecstasy pills in the shape of Batman and Superman logo, but never Trump.

A huge drug bust was caught by the Indiana State Police in early summer during targeted traffic stops. hose pills had the words “GREAT AGAIN” stamped on the back. Earlier, at a music festival, Trump-faced ecstasy pills came across with similar branding. 

As per last week’s police report, police were informed about an overdose to the same address in June. The discovered narcotics were sent to the Pinellas County Forensic Laboratory for testing last month, where the drugs were confirmed to be MDMA and fentanyl, according to the report.

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