Hillary Clinton made a stunning admission Wednesday — she’s been dying her hair for years and promises to keep doing if she’s elected president.
Speaking at a South Carolina Democratic women’s event — in a forced southern accent, no less — Clinton vowed that her hair would never turn white if she became commander-in-chief. (RELATED: Hillary Clinton’s Southern Twang Reemerges In South Carolina)
“I may not be the youngest candidate in this race, but I have one big advantage,” the Democratic presidential candidate said. “I’ve been coloring my hair for years… No, you’re not going to see me turn white in the White House.”
It’s common for presidents to noticeably age during their respective tenures in the Oval Office, with Barack Obama being particularly known for his hair going white over the last six years.
It is unclear whether Clinton’s dyed hair will win over voters concerned about her age. If elected president, Hillary will be 69 years old on Inauguration Day.