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Donald Trump is a divisive character - some people love him, some people hate him. However, one thing we can all agree on is that his hair is ridiculous.
Even he admits it. During a recent speech to the Conservative Political Action Conference, he spotted himself on the big screens and - in a moment of self-awareness - said: "I try like hell to hide that bald spot."
Luckily for us, the Internet likes to point out every time he gets caught out by the elements and looks below his best - although what exactly 'his best' refers to in this case is known only to the President.
Boarding his personal plane, Air Force One, the other day on a trip to West Virginia, the POTUS allowed himself a moment to wave at the cameras - big mistake.
That moment was all the encouragement his barnet needed to make a daring bid for freedom. It took off, leaving his head bare and the cameras full of pictures of his dishevelled do.
As we all know by now, the Internet misses nothing, and they've gone in on the leader of the free world again:
The savagery of Twitter knows no bounds.
Still, this is all pretty tame compared to the assessment that The Donald's hair got on Jimmy Kimmel Live! recently.
The talk show host asked a load of stylists to give their verdict on Trump's hairstyle after another incident in February when he was boarding a plane to his resort, Mar A Lago, in Florida.
Those stylists can be pretty catty too. One said it looked 'like the backside of a dog'.
It put another of Kimmel's guests in mind of a different creature, however, as they said: "That looks like ostrich butt - that looks like the behind of an ostrich."
A personal favourite came from another of the hair experts who described it as similar to 'that monster from The Goonies'.
According to the explosive book Fire and Fury by Michael Woolf, even Trump's doting daughter Ivanka rips on her dad's do.
An excerpt from the book reads: "She often described the mechanics behind it to friends: an absolutely clean pate - a contained island after scalp-reduction surgery - surrounded by a furry circle of hair around the sides and front, from which all ends are drawn up to meet in the centre and then swept back and security by a stiffening spray,
"The colour, she would point out in comical effect, was from a product called Just for Men - the longer it was left on, the darker it got."
Donald won't mind though - he has dismissed that book as FAKE NEWS anyway. Sad!