Donald Trump Has Real Hair, He Insists, & Calls A Poor Audience Member On Stage To Prove It
So far this campaign season, 2016 presidential candidate and overall joke to the Republican party Donald Trump hasn't really given many straight answers to questions asked of him. He deflected Fox News anchor Megyn Kelly's question about his overt sexism. He ejected Univision anchor Jorge Ramos from a press conference after he asked tough questions on immigration policy. We barely even know where the GOP frontrunner stands as an actual candidate, and how he would plan to run the United States if the American voters have a collective brain fart and somehow end up electing him.
But I digress. Because Trump did finally give an answer to a question he thinks people are really dying to know. Donald Trump claims that he doesn't wear a toupee, and he had an audience member come on stage to verify it.
During a speech in Greenville, South Carolina, Trump complained about a New York Times front page article that (hilariously) included a quote calling him "El hombre peluquín" or "man of the toupee." Outraged, Trump declared to the audience, "I don't wear a toupee!" And I'm sure his voice rose seven octaves or so as he continued, "It's my hair! I swear!"
To further attempt to prove his point, Trump called on a poor woman from the audience to come on stage to check it out herself. He points at her and says, "Come here. Come here, come here." [Insert Donald Trump is sexist statement here.] "You have to do an inspection here." But of course, "We don't want to mess it up too much, because I do use hairspray." The woman comes on stage, takes a good look and decides it is, in fact, Trump's hair. Or rather, she says to the microphone, "Yes, I believe it is." Believe.
Ugh. I could not care less about Donald Trump's hair, or alleged lack of it. If he's going to spend his time on stage talking about this rather than substantive topics — such as the way he treats women, his immigration policy, or literally anything else of importance — he might as well sit down, drop out, and watch the election from afar while the grown-ups talk about issues that matter.
Trump is an actor, not a politician. Remember that as you watch this video for purely entertainment purposes. If you're anything like me, hearing his voice nearly crack like a complaining child when he insists it's his real hair is the best part.