'My hair has to be perfect': Trump prompts change in showerhead rule


The US president’s hair-washing complaints have prompted a proposal on easing of shower-pressure standards. The Trump administration presented rule changes that would allow showerheads to boost water pressure, after Donald Trump complained that bathroom fixtures do not work to his liking. The Department of Energy plan followed Trump’s comments last month at a White House event on rolling back regulations where he said he believed water does not come out fast enough from fixtures. ‘My hair … I don’t know about you, but it has to be perfect,’ he said.

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