So here we are, well into the presidential election 2020 campaign. So much to discuss and debate and the big question at Trump's rally yesterday was why did Biden cover all that expensive facial surgery with a COVID mask???
The duo will square off in their first debate on 29 September in Cleveland, where they will take questions from Fox News anchor Chris Wallace. The president did one of his vocal polls, asking the Moon Township crowd if they think Mr Biden will wear a mask when he comes onstage next week. They cheered in the affirmative.
This is straight out of the 90 Day Fiancee playbook. It's like the lovely Larissa Dos Santos Lima who spent a total of $72K on her various plastic surgeries. And when she flaunted her full body transformation on CamSoda, the company collected a whopping $100,000 for a one-hour show. Mind-blowing, right?
If American politics has moved into ‘cosmetic surgery shaming' then is it any surprise? Politics is a reflection of the wider society and if millions of people debate on Instagram who has had which cosmetic procedure then maybe Trump just has a very clear idea of his own demographic.
Experts told the New York Post that Biden has probably had procedures including a full facelift, eye lift and hair transplant, as well as Botox injections to rejuvenate his appearance. They point to his full head of hair, smooth forehead, and Cheshire Cat grin which they put down to medical intervention.
Spokespeople for Biden, 77, did not immediately respond to a request for comment.
Trump, himself has had the finger pointed at him for cosmetic surgery for surgery on his scalp back in the '80s but he got the jab in first at Biden in good time for the TV debate and to ridicule his mask-wearing. I have never been a political commentator but I must admit that I was delighted that Trump brought cosmetic surgery into the election arena so I could talk about it today.
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