If there’s something in this world as controversial as Donald Trump, it’s Donald Trump’s hair.
Apart from his incendiary comments about immigrants, the Republican presidential hopeful’s hair is always in the news.
However, it looks like Trump has had enough of that.
During a televised presser in South Carolina yesterday before his supporters, the former Apprentice star addressed a New York Times article billing him as “the man of the toupee.”
"This is on the front page of The New York Times. I don't wear a toupee, it's my hair! I swear. We're gonna settle this!” he cried, before inviting a woman on the stage to verify the authenticity of his mane.
"Come on up here, they're gonna let you," Trump said, pointing at an audience member. "You have to do an inspection, real quick. We don't wanna mess it up too much 'cause I do use hairspray."
When asked about her impromptu inspection of his hair, the woman responded, “Yes, I believe it is.”
Ever since he announced his presidential campaign – and even before that – Trump has had a tendency to make headlines for his outlandish antics. And as it turns out, it has been paying off. The Donald holds a strong lead among the GOP candidates with 28% of Republican voters’ support, according to a Quinnipiac University poll released on Aug. 27.