My hair is real — President Trump interrupting a coronavirus press briefing for all the Americans – and they are spectacular!!
Trump’s Feathery Mane Has Had A Change Of Colour Like His Demeanour — What’s Cooking?
It’s downright hilarious, yet a little bit sad how there’s always something controversial to take away from the daily press briefings of the President of the United States Donald Trump.
Real Or Fake? Now You Know
Care to tune into his Monday’s briefing? Well, the man has tweeps in a frenzy. While he stood outside in the White House Rose garden, addressing the media, and letting them know about the extension in the guidelines and the brand new testing kits amid the harrowing coronavirus outbreak, a swoosh of the wind had the kit flying away.
The hilarity of the situation doesn’t end there, it gets even more hilarious when he opens his mouth to say the next thing, “My hair is blowing around, and it’s mine,” said Trump. “That’s one thing you can’t get away with—if it’s not yours, then you’ve got a problem if you’re president.”
*hair blows in the wind*— Caleb Hull (@CalebJHull) March 30, 2020
Trump to media: It’s really my hair don’t even think about it. pic.twitter.com/5u0K4fo0mU
Well, at least that solves a long standing suspense. He sure doesn’t wear a toupee for a feathery crop.
To recap the first 20 min for those (wisely)not watching— NeuroPsychoPhD (@SethN12) March 30, 2020
1. Trump’s hair is real
2. My Pillow guy is there preaching
3. Little social distancing
4. Touching mics one after the other
5. CEOs not scientists are speaking pic.twitter.com/9A0QXQ5wAe
A Gray Deal With Dignity
But what’s even more intriguing is the change in his hair colour. The infamous flaxen has been replaced by Gray. Looks like Trump took the matter into his own hands or rather a pack of L’Oreal. No kidding. After all, he was there to advocate social distancing; a salon would be a far cry.
It was a no-brainer that he would make the brief all about him again. That’s the pattern, you see. But there was a slight difference in his demeanour this time. As if he was scared. Of the pandemic’s threat or losing the presidency? Well, we’ll never know.
People have been speculating that the change was to seek a more dignified look and that it was another one of his moves towards political strategizing in the face of a crisis.
Trump Sure Seems Changed In The Face Of A Crisis
Trump warned the Americans to prepare themselves for a “very, very painful two weeks” during his Wednesday press briefing. He stressed upon the dire importance of social distancing and his experts at The White Hosue predicted that up to 240,000 people could die in the US.
The death toll in the US has passed 4,056 and in the absence of proper mitigation, it could reach up to 2.2 million.
It’s a relief that he talked about extending the guidelines and has been working on par with medical professionals finally.
Guess, politics does make you change colours. In and out, we now know that for sure.