During the 2016 presidential campaign, when Donald Trump was under fire for controversial remarks made about undocumented Latin American immigrants, he posted a photo to Twitter of himself eating a "taco bowl" in his Trump Tower office on Cinco de Mayo. The would-be president claimed in his tweet that the "best taco bowls are made in Trump Tower Grill," further declaring "I love Hispanics!" in conclusion.
But on Saturday, one sharp-eyed Twitter user noticed something else in the 41-month-old tweet. In the background, a desk drawer in Trump's office is open. Visible inside the drawer are what appear to be multiple boxes of cold and sinus drug Sudafed.
For some reason, the type of Sudafed claimed to be present in the photo -- a photo which can be seen below on this page -- appears to be the type available only in the United Kingdom and Ireland. This formulation contains somewhat different ingredients than the American version of the popular cold remedy.
Why would Trump keep at least three boxes of U.K. Sudafed in his drawer? On September 9, a stand-up comedian -- and former staff member on Trump's long-running NBC TV reality competition show The Apprentice -- posted the possible answer to this question on his own Twitter account.
"Trump snorted Adderall all thru the day on 'Apprentice' he also ate UK. Sudafed like candy," tweeted former Apprentice staffer Noel Casler.