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Donald Trump speaks to the media on the South Lawn of the White
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  • President Donald Trump quipped about his hair and the
    weather during a campaign rally in Missoula, Montana, on
    Thursday night.
  • Trump went on for several minutes about his hair, and
    enduring windy conditions in areas affected by Hurricanes
    Michael and Florence. He argued that making it through such an
    environment proves that his hair is real.
  • “And you walk around in those conditions, you can’t
    fake it,” Trump said. “You can’t fake it. So that’s one good
    thing.”
  • More than 80 people are believed to have died as a
    result of both hurricanes, which hit the East Coast from the
    Carolinas to Florida over the last six weeks.

President Donald Trump quipped about his hair and the weather
during a campaign rally in Missoula, Montana, on Thursday night.

Trump went on for several minutes about his hair, and enduring
windy conditions in areas affected by Hurricanes Michael and
Florence. He argued that making it through such an environment
proves that his hair is real.

“Well the one thing that has been really great about this whole
endeavor is that they used to say ‘he wears a hairpiece! He wears
a hairpiece,'” Trump said to his audience, referring to skeptics
he said doubted that his hair is real. “They don’t say that
anymore.”

Trump continued: “These people have seen me under every condition
known to man. I haven’t heard that one in over a year.”

The president went on to describe the conditions he endured as he
surveyed the damage wrought by Hurricanes Florence and Michael.
More than 80 people are believed to have died as a result of both
storms, which hit the East Coast from the Carolinas to Florida
over the six weeks.

“When you’re walking around and the wind is going crazy, and
you’re inspecting like I did the other day, the incredible
Hurricane,” Trump said. “This horrible hurricane Michael that
devastated Florida and Georgia. And Alabama got hit hard. And
then couple of weeks before … I went to North Carolina, South
Carolina, you look at what happened in a little piece of
Virginia.”

“And you walk around in those conditions, you can’t fake it,”
Trump said. “You can’t fake it. So that’s one good thing.”

“Nobody ever says that any more,” Trump added. “That’s one of
the, might be one of the best things that’s happened to me in a
long time. Cause my whole life they said, ‘is it? Or isn’t it.'”

Trump has mentioned his hair in numerous public speeches. At a

Conservative Political Action Conference
in Maryland earlier
this year, Trump jokingly said he would “try like hell to hide
that bald spot.”

“It doesn’t look bad,” Trump joked as he tossed his hair. “We are
hanging in there. Right? Together, we are hanging in.”

Long before he was president, skeptics have theorized that
Trump’s hair was a toupee. It’s been the subject of numerous
punchlines from late-night comedy hosts, particularly after

video footage
in February revealed what appeared to be a
hairless patch on the back of his head.

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