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'Dilbert' Cartoonist: Was Hillary Drugged During Debate?

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Hillary Clinton listens to Donald Trump during the presidential debate at Hofstra on Monday, Sept. 26, 2016. (AP Photo/Julio Cortez)

By    |   Tuesday, 27 Sep 2016 04:11 PM

Hillary Clinton appeared to be artificially alert and may have been drugged for Monday night's debate, "Dilbert" cartoonist Scott Adams wrote Tuesday.

Adams — who endorsed Republican Donald Trump for president on Sunday, following his Clinton endorsement in June — wrote in a blog post on his website Clinton won the debate but seemed off.

"Clinton looked [to my eyes] as if she was drugged, tired, sick, or generally unhealthy, even though she was mentally alert and spoke well," Adams wrote. "But her eyes were telling a different story. She had the look of someone whose doctors had engineered 90 minutes of alertness for her just for the event. If she continues with a light campaign schedule, you should assume my observation is valid, and she wasn't at 100 percent.

"Some will say Clinton outperformed expectations because she didn't cough, collapse, or die right on stage. That would be true if she also looked healthy in general, and her campaign schedule from here on out is full. We'll know more this week, based on her schedule."

Clinton's health has been a hot topic ever since she appeared to faint while leaving a Sept. 11 memorial service early. It was later revealed she was suffering from pneumonia.

Adams endorsed Clinton in June, saying he was doing so because he feared her supporters would kill him. When he announced over the weekend he had changed his mind, he cited Trump's leadership. He also expressed concerns over Clinton's health.

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