White House senior adviser Stephen Miller sported a temporary new look on CBS’s Face the Nation, courtesy of a spray can.
In what appears to be an attempt at covering his receding hairline, Miller, known for his hardline anti-immigration policies, sprayed — rather unevenly — something to give the illusion of closely cropped hair.
But, nothing gets past Twitter.
Stephen Miller’s hair looks like PlayStation 1. pic.twitter.com/c24X4nNSPt— Kumail Nanjiani (@kumailn) December 16, 2018
I’m going to leave this right here and not comment, with one exception. @StephenMillerAL - just let it go already. Of all the cover-up options, spray-on is THE WORST. Even worse than utilizing Michael Cohen. #BaldIsBeautifulhttps://t.co/nI9bl6HD2p— Michael Avenatti (@MichaelAvenatti) December 16, 2018
I think that men should be allowed and encouraged to do all the same vain shit women do to their hair/skin etc, but Stephen Miller is a fascist and I don’t care about him.— Nicole Cliffe (@Nicole_Cliffe) December 16, 2018
Folks, can you please stop making fun of Stephen Miller for his spray-on hair?
Think about how hard it is when you can’t see yourself in a mirror because you’re a soulless vampire.
Please, have some sympathy.— Jules Suzdaltsev (@jules_su) December 16, 2018
Instead of mocking Stephen Miller’s spray-on hair, we should be working to stop his vile policies.
Whoa. Just saw the hair. We can multitask.— Z (@surlyZ) December 16, 2018
The border Stephen Miller should actually focus on pic.twitter.com/cp7QGdPli6— Padma Lakshmi (@PadmaLakshmi) December 17, 2018
Shout out to Stephen Miller’s hair stylist pic.twitter.com/qD6aNNCeou— Schultz Wolfe (@NotSchultzWolfe) December 17, 2018
But alas, the ‘do didn’t stick.
Stephen Miller came to work with regular hair today.— Katie Rogers (@katierogers) December 17, 2018
Stephen Miller’s Sprayed-On Hair Fails Twitter Test