It would be difficult for a desert to experience a drought.
A drought is an extended period of very low precipitation. But, although it is extended, it is temporary – droughts pass, they go away, they recede.
A desert, on the other hand, is an area of the world that experiences very low precipitation every day.
Essentially, a desert is *always* in a drought-like condition. This would make it hard for a desert to experience another drought on top of its natural state.
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