Trump, 74, the 45th President of the United States of America, is currently in mockery game on Twitter after he graced his first press event with unusual hair color.
Donald Trump's losses not just the election, but his blonde hair
Donald Trump confidently appeared at his first press conference since Democrat Joe Biden defeated him in the recently-concluded 2020 presidential race. And that said, it seems like Trump changed his appearance, which is very apparent to the eagle-eyed American citizens.
As per Hollywood Life, the president flaunted his grey hair, different than his usual blonde hair, on Nov. 13 (Thursday), at a press conference. And Twitter netizens couldn't help but yell their remarks towards Trump's unusual appearance while speaking about the vaccine for COVID-19 at the conference.
The press event took place in The White House's Rose Garden, where Trump addressed the concerns and gave updates regarding that country's COVID-19 vaccine status. And despite the president's effort in making the pandemic at ease, netizens were very rapid to mock him.
On Twitter user tweeted, "Donald Trump's hair dye has conceded."
While another netizen remarked, "The person who dyes Donald Trump's hair yellow must have found another job."
One notable tweet that earned a massive response on the social media platform says, "I hate to say this but he looks much better gray."
In a Daily Mail report, as Trump highlighted the administration's private partnership with Operation Warp Speed to chasten the "development and distribution" of the country's COVID-19 vaccine, a netizen called the president out by saying that his hair went gray with Warp Speed.
Moreover, some of the Twitter netizens expressed their cheeky theory that Trump decided not to dye his hair again to earn sympathy from his loss in the election.
Donald Trump has thrown so many tantrums this week that he forgot to use his Just For Men hair dye. pic.twitter.com/iIqlRWkdrn
— Sleepy Joe burner acc (@FuckDT2020) November 13, 2020
Donald Trump's speech during the press conference
The Wrap reported that the press event was Trump's first appearance since he lost to Biden and Harris's tandem. It comes after six days since the agitating reality happened that led Trump and his supporters to go all out in expressing their dismay.
As mentioned above, he discussed Operation Warp Speed, where he said that Pfizer is being reported to be 90% effective. He continued that the vaccine might be available for distribution to the public soon.
Furthermore, Trump humbly said that a new administration might take over in handling the pandemic. And with that, new mandates will be implemented, including lockdowns. However, Trump said that he will still yet to concede. He backed his words by saying that his administration will not go to a lockdown, but only time would tell.
He ended his press event by catching questions from the media team assembled at the venue.