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Is it wrong to make fun of President Trump's hair?

A video of President Trump's recent unfortunate scalp reveal went viral, but some say the focus on the president's hair (or lack thereof) is superficial, mean, and beneath discussion. Yes, all presidents get ridiculed, but Trump's supporters say the jokes about his appearance go too far. Even his critics say we should be talking about his policies, not his combover. But others say since Trump is basically the Insulter-In-Chief, his hair is fair game. What do you think? 👱

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Do you think Fox News would've kept silent if Hillary Clinton were going bald?? 

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Even the president's critics say the media should have better things to do then talk about his coif.

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The president's fans say this is just another example of the media's double standard: it would never be acceptable to ridicule a woman's hair in this way.

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But Trump's critics say his hair mishap is an unfortunate metaphor for his presidency: the combover is a lie, and the wind exposed a truth about him that he doesn't want us to see.

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Is it wrong to make fun of President Trump's hair?
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#TrumpsHairIsHilar
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