Yes, someone's made a Donald Trump sniff movie

Technically Incorrect: After the Republican nominee appears to sniff his way through Monday's debate, a YouTuber dramatizes his nasal sound effects.

Chris Matyszczyk

Technically Incorrect offers a slightly twisted take on the tech that's taken over our lives.

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The mouth is pursed. A sniff approaches.

YouTube screenshot by Chris Matyszczyk/CNET

There are those who believe Hillary Clinton won Monday night's presidential debate.

There are also those who think Donald Trump won by a nose.

The Republican nominee appeared to suffer a little nasal congestion. Some are saying that that's what happens when you look down your nose at others. I don't know.

It was inevitable, however, that someone would try to make a movie out of Trump's nasal emissions.

So it is that YouTuber Joe BLo has posted a video that claims to include "every Trump sniffle/sniffing from the presidential debate."

I confess to having recorded the debate, as I had dinner plans and wasn't really moved to watch the painful spectacle. I watched it later, with the occasional use of the fast-forwarding facility.

I can't, therefore, guarantee that every possible Trumpian sniffle is here.

Still, some may find it both musical and amusing -- especially as Trump told "Fox & Friends" there were no sniffles. He blamed a defective mic.

Naturally, some will now speculate that the Republican nominee is unwell, in one way or another.

Perhaps, though, there was merely a powerful and intoxicating odor in the room, one which the nominee's nose couldn't resist.

The sweet smell of success, I'm referring to. What did you think I meant?