TEHRAN, Young Journalists Club (YJC) - A video of the US President boarding Air Force One on a blustery day left his blonde locks victim to the elements.
His bizarre bouffant barnet was buffeted about the place, giving those watching a glimpse into what exactly is going on under all that hairspray.
Journalist Ashley Feinberg tweeted the clip of The Donald walking up the stairs to board the presidential plane.
When he is halfway up the stairs the wind catches the back of his hair which seems to peel apart sending a peach-coloured flap flying to the front of his head.
Feinberg tweeted a link to a video titled: “The Real Donald Trump. Beware. You can't unsee it.”
She wrote: “At first I didn’t think this could possibly be real but…. I think it is?
"Imagine what those locks look like soaking wet.”
Following his physical, his doctor announced the 71-year-old takes the hair-loss drug finasteride to try and cling on to what he has left.
His barnet was buffeted about the place by the high winds whipping the wisps into the air and apparently revealing his scalp.
Trump also joked about his ‘do during his interview with Piers Morgan saying: “People find it hard to believe it's my hair but it is. It's hanging in, barely, it's hanging in.”
In his controversial book Fire and Fury: Inside the Trump White House, Michael Wolff claimed that his daughter Ivanka often mocked her father's elaborate hair constriction process.
Trump is said to brush all of his hair from the front and sides of head forwards and then lock in place with copious amounts of hairspray.
It was also claimed he had had “scalp reduction surgery”.
The cosmetic procedure involves surgeons snipping off the bald parts of the scalp and then stretching the bits covered with hair over the gaps.
Source: The Sun