Donald Trump hasn't exactly been getting the best of press since his inauguration on January 20, and maybe that's because he openly despises the press.
Most of the media employ rigorous fact-checking to try and debase the President. Ridicule him for his policy or the lack thereof. GQ, however, like to do things a bit more light-heartedly. Being more fashion first, they think the main problem with Trump is his general appearance. So much so they've gone and given him a makeover.
... in the form of a video. I doubt Trump would do this IRL. But it's a good insight into what and how he could actually look like, if spruced up by a stylist.
They suggest he get slimmer pants, wear thinner, less glaring ties, button up his jacket, cool it with the fake tan and most importantly of all, sort out that bloody barnet.
GQ fashion a shorter, darker wig onto the President making him look more like a car salesman than the real estate mogul and TV show host we've come to know.
There are some things they can't help about Trump, and that comes in a very handy list beside his new image.
Although earlier in the month, it was reported that President Trump could rid press from the White House altogether, press secretary Sean Spicer said, "There has been so much interest in covering a President Donald Trump.
Sean Spicer. Image: PA
"A question is: is a room that has 49 seats adequate? When we had that press conference the other day, we had thousands of requests, and we capped it at four hundred.
"Is there an opportunity to potentially allow more members of the media to be part of this? That's something we're discussing. There has been no decision."
Featured Image Credit: GQ
Topics: President Trump