Whenever the United States elects a new president, the American people tend to start making bets about how long it will take for the new guy's hair to be affected. [the stress is real, you know?]
Donald Trump's hair has actually been sort-of-iconic for years now, so perhaps scrutiny of the presidential mop is at an all-time high.
Will the stress of holding the free world's highest office cause him to go bald?
It's highly unlikely, ladies and gents -- because Trump's longtime physician [Harold N. Bornstein] just told The New York Times that DJT is taking a prostate drug that prevents baldness.
The drug is called finasteride, and it is typically used to lower PSA, a prostate antigen.
Dr. Bornstein also takes the drug, and has his own long, luscious locks.
[lol, the fact that this is news right now...]
Donald Trump takes medication for 3 ailments, including one that promotes hair growth, said his former doctor https://t.co/hz9TGiPSjq— NYT National News (@NYTNational) February 2, 2017
The degree to which this doctor has violated confidentiality repeatedly is really something. https://t.co/3vJ1SiFM0U— Maggie Haberman (@maggieNYT) February 2, 2017