Male pattern baldness is something millions of men struggle with as they age. It’s natural, it happens. While some just go with it and embrace it, others find new ways to cover the loss of hair: baseball hats, implants, hair growth supplements, whatever is happening on Donald Trump’s head and in the case of Donald Trump’s senior racism advisor, Stephen Miller, spray paint.
Appearing on CBS’s Sunday morning talk show, Face the Nation, Miller debuted a new look and let’s just say whatever racist drivel he was shoveling was completely drowned out by the chatter of whatever was happening on his head.
— Futuropolist (@futuropolist) December 16, 2018
As you might imagine, the reaction has been, well, not great for Stephen Miller. For the rest of us, the reaction has been a barrel of laughs. Let’s get to it!
— Paul Lee Ticks (@PaulLeeTicks) December 17, 2018
Stephen Miller proves the cover-up is worse than the crime. pic.twitter.com/Y2emWtpXUN
— ElElegante101 (@skolanach) December 16, 2018
Instead of mocking Stephen Miller's spray-on hair, we should be working to stop his vile policies.
Whoa. Just saw the hair. We can multitask.
— Z (@surlyZ) December 16, 2018
Maybe he was hoping we would Nazi the difference. pic.twitter.com/0JHXfuhB5N
— Brian Tyler Cohen (@briantylercohen) December 16, 2018
What is even happening here?
Is this a large swath of brown eyeshadow? A piece of felt? The corpse of a small vole? Spray-on hair replacement?
I have so many questions… pic.twitter.com/MkbWJSnm0X
— Leah McElrath (@leahmcelrath) December 16, 2018
We all have a lot of questions. Apparently he got the message because White House correspondent Katie Rogers provided an interesting update this morning:
Stephen Miller came to work with regular hair today.
— Katie Rogers (@katierogers) December 17, 2018
Folks, can you please stop making fun of Stephen Miller for his spray-on hair?
Think about how hard it is when you can’t see yourself in a mirror because you’re a soulless vampire.
Please, have some sympathy.
— Jules Suzdaltsev (@jules_su) December 16, 2018
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