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TV host humanises a sportive Trump, playfully ruffles those long golden locks

Donald Trump’s hair – a crusty, complex, yellowish affair that has become one of the enigmas of a very weird US presidential race – got messed with big time.

Published: 17th September 2016 07:09 AM  |   Last Updated: 17th September 2016 07:10 AM   |  A+A-

jimmy fallon messes up donald trumps hair

WASHINGTON: Donald Trump’s hair – a crusty, complex, yellowish affair that has become one of the enigmas of a very weird US presidential race – got messed with big time. The usually brash presidential candidate talked in subdued tones and played the good sport as he appeared on one of America’s most popular late-night broadcasts, The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon.

Fallon did his very popular impression of Trump’s speaking style, ribbed him right and left and concluded his interview with a request. “Can I mess up your hair?” Fallon said. The comic explained that this might be the last time he could ask to do something unpresidential with Trump, lest he win election in November against Hillary Clinton. The crowd went nuts over the idea.

Trump grinned and agreed. Fallon reached out with his right hand and mussed Trump’s hair with a vigorous, repeated rub. In an attempt to end the controvery over his statement regarding President Obama’s birth place, Trump has acknowledged that Obama was born in the US. However, Clinton has refused to let it slip, saying Trump owes the President and the American people an apology.

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