It seems U.S. presidential candidates are running out of important issues to discuss.
During an interview with conservative radio host Mark Levin, Donald Trump suggested the only thing attracting voters toward his rival Democratic frontrunner was her new hair.
"Well, she has a new hairdo, did you notice that today?" said the Republican aspirant.
"That's called a wig," Levin quipped.
"Is that a wig?" Trump asked. "I tell you what, it really was shocking to see it because you're right, it must be — it was massive. Her hair became massive."
As bizarre as the exchange was, it appears discussing each other’s hair is one of the most favorite topics among both Republican and Democratic presidential hopefuls. Trump's, in particular, has been subjected to a lot of criticism and mockery.
In fact, in August, Trump takes this issue so seriously that he asked an audience member on stage, during one of his campaign speeches, to pull his hair in order to verify its authenticity for his critics.