Watch: Trump Says 'Yes' To Medical Marijuana, 'No' To Deporting Justin Bieber

Donald Trump's position on cannabis appears to have flip-flopped wildly over the years. (No comb-over jokes - promise.)

In a Nov. 23 video, GQ visited Trump Tower to ask Trump one question: what will make America great again? From there, he gave his take on some of America's most polarizing topics, including marijuana legalization.

"Legalized marijuana is always a very difficult question - for medicinal purposes and medical purposes, it's fine," says Trump in the video.

Earlier this year, Trump told FOX's Sean Hannity he supports medical users "100 percent," but added that overall, marijuana legalization has been "a bad thing for Colorado." He added the Evergreen state is now facing some "big, big problems." (Never mind that Colorado seems to be doing okay on most fronts.)

But back in 1990, Trump told the Sarasota Herald America's drug policy was "a joke," and legalizing all drugs was the answer when it came to "tak[ing] the profit away from these drug czars."

As for Trump's own taste for illicit substances? He doesn't have one, apparently.

He claims in his 2000 book, The America We Deserve, that he's "never taken drugs of any kind," including coffee, alcohol, or tobacco.

If he didn't have such strong views on the subject of sex, Trump might be a candidate for Most Surprising Proponent of the Straight Edge Movement, as well as POTUS.

h/t Talking Points Memo, FOX News, Sarasota Herald


Both houses of the New Jersey legislature have chosen to postpone voting on a bill that would have legalized recreational cannabis in the state. New Jersey Senate President Steve Sweeney (D) has announced that Monday's Senate and Assembly votes on the New Jersey Cannabis Regulatory and Expungement Aid Modernization Act has been cancelled. "While we are all disappointed that we did not secure enough votes to ensure legislative approval of the adult use cannabis bill today, we made substantial progress on a plan that would make significant changes in social policy," Sweeney said in a statement on Monday afternoon.

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