Trump: ‘I Want to Use Hairspray. They Say: Don’t Use Hairspray, It’s Bad for the Ozone’

Donald Trump, speaking in Hilton Head, South Carolina, on Wednesday, complained that those who advocate curbing carbon emissions do not want Americans using hairspray.

Trump: “Obama doesn’t want to hit them too hard because he’s afraid he is going to pollute the atmosphere. No, this is serious. Now think of it. He talks about the carbon and yet he will fly a very old Air Force One, an old Boeing 747, with the old engines, you know, spewing stuff.  So, he has got a problem with the carbon footprint.

“You can’t use hairspray because hairspray is going to effect the ozone. I am trying to figure it out: Let see, I am in my room in New York City and I want to put on a little spray so that I can—right, right. But I hear where they don’t want me to use hairspray, they want me to use the pump. Because the other one, which I really like better than going—“bing,” “bing,” “bing”—and then it comes out in big globs, right, and gets stuck in your hair and you say, Oh my God, I’ve got to take a shower again, my hair is all screwed up. Right?