17:59 GMT15 August 2020
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    On Tuesday, US President Donald Trump held a news conference in the Rose Garden at the White House on number of topics, including the stock market, economic recovery and China. The president’s appearance was a little bit unusual, with the colour of his hair triggering confusion among Twitterians.

    Users on Twitter are confused as US President Donald Trump’s hair colour appeared unfamiliar during his Tuesday presser at the White House Rose Garden.

    Trump’s hair seemed grey during the press conference, causing Twitterians to wonder why his hair was “no longer yellow”.

    “Is my TV color screwed up, or did 45 finally stop dying his hair that terrible orange?” someone questioned.

    Netizens suggested various scenarios explaining what has happened to the 74-year-old president’s hair, with some wondering whether he “forgot hair spray color” or had “run out of hair and skin dye”.

    “It seems Trump has made the best decision of his presidency thus far...stopped dying his hair orange,” one user tweeted.
    “Why is Trump's hair sometimes grey? Is that supposed to be ‘serious Trump’?” another user questioned.

    Speaking about his beauty regimen, Trump told Rolling Stone magazine in a May 2011 interview his secrets behind his hairstyle.

    “OK, what I do is, wash it with Head and Shoulders. I don’t dry it, though. I let it dry by itself. It takes about an hour,” Trump said.

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