This means Trump cannot run for President. The entire political spectrum let out a stupendous sigh of relief.
While the Trump Presidential campaign was not exactly what the political pros term "gaining traction," with the candidate's proposal to rename every federal institution after himself—the Trump Department of State, Trump Yosemite Park, the Trump National Anthem, for example, and his suggestion that Social Security be replaced by letting every senior citizen have a free pull at one of his slot machines every month—the remote possibility that he might attain the White House had many pundits worried.
"Maybe you'll recall our last run of bad hair Presidents," said one, speaking on condition of anonymity. "Johnson, Nixon and Ford looked like they slept with their heads on giant sponges soaked with Brylcreem every night, and Carter's hair was cut by Rosalyn. Would you call any of their Presidencies successful? At least since Reagan, all of our national leaders have had decent hair."
He continued, speaking of Trump, "You can see better comb-overs in a Kentucky trailer park, or peopleofwalmart.com. Keep that do out of the White House or face a political return to the sixties and seventies."
A Trump spokesman sniffed in reply, "If it's all about the hair, why don't we make Anderson Cooper President right now?"
Meanwhile, however, the Trump campaign is frantically trying to stamp out rumors that the Donald's hairstylist was born in Kenya