at first i didnt think this could possibly be real but.... i think it is? https://t.co/zlm8V0z8hr— Ashley Feinberg (@ashleyfeinberg) February 7, 2018
A video showing strong gust of wind blowing President Donald Trump’s hair blowing while he boards the Air Force One is not only going viral but also raising questions if the president has real hair.
His signature hairstyle, which is fluffy on the top and matted on the sides, has been a topic of controversy even before the real-estate mogul announced his bid for presidency.
In the video, uploaded by YouTube channel “The Real Donald Trump,” the president can be seen saluting the troops before climbing the stairs to the aircraft while his hair can be seen flapping off, revealing a big patch of scalp.
Trump has long denied using a wig, claiming his hair was his own, even though his longtime personal physician Dr. Harold N. Bornstein had revealed the president uses Propecia (finasteride), a prostate-related drug, to treat male-pattern baldness.
But this latest video has raised speculations about Trump’s hair loss.
“That's a really weird pattern of hair loss there. The hair in the back of the head is not supposed to fall. In fact, it's the area that is used as the donor area for hair transplants. It's like if Trump moved all the hair from his donor area to the front, and decided to cover the back of his head with a comb over,” commented a user on YouTube.
“How do you comb over the back of your head? Didn't know you could go bald there,” said another one.
People on Twitter also had a lot to say about Trump’s hair loss.
This video of Trump’s hair as he boards Air Force One will scar you for life [WATCH] - https://t.co/aslMhc70f6— epbdance (@epbdance) February 7, 2018
You can’t un-see this video of Trump's hair as he boards Air Force One https://t.co/4R6Gr46fO5— (((Joanne Murphy))) (@74rjykcor) February 7, 2018
It makes him look like Vader after Luke removes the helmet.. ????— Lori ???? (@lcleary1959) February 7, 2018
You can’t un-see this video of Trump's hair as he boards Air Force One https://t.co/YZgd0V38xf via rawstory
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