Okay, Donald, we get it: Your hair is real

27 Aug 2015 | Author: | No comments yet »

In South Carolina, bravado and hair inspections for Trump.

Donald J. “I don’t wear a toupee, it’s my hair, I swear,” the Republican front-runner said of his world-famous comb forward at a rally in Greenville, South Carolina on Thursday. “I do use hairspray.” The hair shtick – Trump’s way of proving wrong a New York Times story that reported that a Latino radio show host had dubbed him “El hombre del peluquín, the man of the toupee – was a particularly colorful way of criticizing the media.

In his rambling stump speech, the Republican frontrunner spoke at length about how bad the medical care at the Department Veterans Affairs, decried his opponents repeatedly, and argued that the country needs his “tough tone.” In a press conference later, Trump hinted that he and Republican rival Sen. Trump then moved on to discussion about how terrible a candidate Jeb Bush is, about how he has the appropriate energy level to be president (“We need tough tone”) about how “beautiful” the wall that he wants to build on the Mexican border will be, and — for his South Carolina audience — about how their senator, Lindsey Graham, is stuck at zero in the presidential polls while “even Pataki” — George, the former New York governor — had “an arrow that was pointing up.” At a certain point, Mr.

Ted Cruz may host “something very big” in D.C. to protest the Iran deal, but wouldn’t offer any more details. “Can Trump build a wall?” he asked to cheers. “Someday when I’m not around it’ll be called the Trump wall, and it’s gonna be the greatest!” Decrying American infrastructure, Trump spoke about the airports in the United Arab Emirates’ Qatar, which he prefers to mispronounce as “ka-tar” instead of the accurate pronunciation of “cut-ter”.

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