Donald Trump is known for his Twitter rants, uninformed comments and less-than-stellar first 100 days in office, but that's not all the media has taken note of. Since he announced his presidential candidacy in 2015, there has been a media frenzy over Trump's odd look. Social media users have ridiculed him for his too-orange skin and emblematic hairdo—some have even gone as far as to give Trump some unfortunate nicknames, such as Oompa Loompa or Cheeto. Needless to say, the president's look is envied by no one. At least that's what we thought.
According to Allure, Trump's senior advisor and son-in-law, Jared Kushner, stepped out last week sporting a hairstyle that was all too similar to Trump's infamous combover. For all of our benefit, Twitter user @mikesington shared Kushner's new hair style with the public. With Kushner's hair doused in gel and flipped over with a comb, it's hard to deny that he was attempting to copy the president's everyday look.
I think we're in big trouble now. For some reason, Jared Kushner has started styling his hair like Donald Trump. pic.twitter.com/mvHoPGN9ps
— Mike Sington (@MikeSington) April 28, 2017
WTF is going on with Jared Kushner's hair?
Is he going to Trump's hairstylist? pic.twitter.com/l8GfDNfDfZ
— Cornelia (@PaladinCornelia) April 30, 2017
Can we all just talk about Jared Kushner's hair please pic.twitter.com/OqBqU4fBcf
— rk (@richhomieram2) May 2, 2017
Maybe Kushner wanted to reinforce his relationship with his father-in-law, or maybe he thought he would look more presidential this way? Whatever it is, I think we can all agree that the old-man combover is a look unsuitable for just about anyone. Within the next few weeks, don't be surprised if Kushner also decides to sport Trump's obnoxious spray tan or oversized red tie. Hopefully, this is the first and last copycat within the Trump administration, because we really don't need 100 Trumps running the country.