Happy Birthday Hairdresser: What We Wrote About Him
When he returned to the office, he was stunned by the sheer volume of the phone call.
The phone call came from a woman who had been a customer at his salon in Seattle for more than 20 years.
“I have always loved this guy,” she told him.
“I mean, he’s my favorite hairdressing person.
I don’t know how I could not like him.
We talk all the time.
I’ve always been his assistant, but this is the first time I’ve ever met him.
I’m so happy.
I am so, so grateful.”
She described herself as a “pretty, blonde, pretty, blond woman.”
“What I love about this guy is that he’s a very, very good hairdressor,” she said.
She added, “He knows exactly what he’s doing.
He knows what he wants.
And he makes sure that it is done correctly.”
In his opening remarks, Trump called the woman’s experience, which he said had been an “insult to all hairdresses,” “a shame.”
“[He] is an incredible hairderer, I can tell you that,” he said.
“You know what a great hairdiller he is.”
The caller said that the owner of the salon was a man named Paul, who “is a good haberdasher, a great friend of mine.”
Trump said that Paul’s business was doing “very well” and that he hoped that he would be able to help with a project that he and the owner were currently working on.
He went on to praise Paul as a great “hairdresser,” adding that he “will work for you and help you with anything.”
At the end of his remarks, the woman said, “I am so grateful to you for the support and the support that you are giving me.”
It was not immediately clear what the project was or how much it cost.
The woman also told Trump that the salon owner had a “big” collection of male models and that the business was in the process of looking for a new hairdier.
(The Washington Post) Trump’s comments about Paul have sparked outrage and accusations of sexism.
Trump has repeatedly said that he does not hire hairdiers, and the Washington Post reported last week that Trump once referred to women as “fat pigs” and “slobs” in private conversations.
Earlier this year, the New York Times reported that Trump had called an African-American beauty pageant contestant “Miss Piggy” in reference to her appearance.
In April, he called the appearance “beautiful.”
(CNN) The Washington Times has also reported that in 2016, Trump suggested that women who were not physically attractive were “not attractive.”
Earlier that year, Trump was caught on tape discussing the concept of “piggy banks,” which were the sort of banks used by “the Mafia.”
He said that a man would put his arm around a woman, hold her down, and “make a lot of money,” but that if the woman was not physically attracted to him, he would not “let her in.”
Later, Trump said he would “find a way” to “get her to date me.”
(The Washington Examiner) Paul was not the only salon owner Trump referred to as a piggy bank.
Last month, a woman described the owner as a very handsome man, but Trump called him “a piggy.”
After the Washington Times report, the Washington Women’s Club, which has endorsed the Trump campaign, said that it had received an email from Paul’s daughter who was “extremely upset” and wanted to know if her father had ever been in a relationship with a “pigeon.”
According to the Washington Woman’s Club’s statement, Paul’s daughter “believes that his father is a pig.
And that he should be ashamed of himself.”
A representative for Paul did not immediately respond to a request for comment from Newsweek.