Speaking As A Professional Hairdresser …
December 14, 2015

Donald Trump expressed outrage, outrage I tell you, that he could not properly wash his hair in South Carolina.

Asked about the Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) “Waters of the United States” rule at a campaign event in Aiken, S.C., on Saturday, Trump said it significantly impairs his ability to rinse, lather and repeat.

“I’ll give you one regulation,” Trump said. “So I build, and I build a lot of stuff. And I go into areas where they have tremendous water. … And you have sinks where the water doesn’t come out.

“You have showers where I can’t wash my hair properly,” he added. “It’s a disaster.

“It’s true. They have restrictors put in. The problem is you stay under the shower for five times as long.”

Uh, I think maybe your complaint should be with The Hilton, not South Carolina.

By the way, while I was looking into this, I discovered that the motto of South Carolina is “Dum spiro spero,” which loosely translated means, “Remember that vice president, Spiro Agnew? He was dum.” Look, any state where the first word of their motto is Dum is just asking for trouble.

Look, his whole complaint just stunned me. Seriously. Trump washes his hair?

Crossposted at juanitajean.com

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