Former Housekeeper Answers The Question No One Wants To Know About Trump — Boxers or Briefs?

A recent New York Times report sheds light on the challenges of two Latin American immigrant women (one of them currently undocumented) who worked at the Trump National Golf Club in Bedminster, New Jersey. But it also briefly touched upon a few topics that you may have wondered about: Does Donald Trump wear makeup, and does he wear boxers or briefs?

Well regarding the underwear question, we now know that the president wears boxers. White boxers to be exact. And he likes them ironed.

From The Times:

She said she washed and ironed Mr. Trump’s white boxers, golf shirts and khaki trousers, as well as his sheets and towels. Everything belonging to Mr. Trump, his wife, Melania, and their son, Barron, was washed with special detergent in a smaller, separate washing machine, she said.

Trump wearing boxers might be a new thing, because an adult film actress Trump once cavorted with said Trump was a briefs man.

Adult film actress Alana Evans said she once declined having a a threesome with Trump and Stormy Daniels, and recouting the conversation she later had with Daniels, Evans said, “She tells me, ‘All I’m going to say is: I ended up with Donald in his hotel room. Picture him chasing me around his hotel room in his tighty-whities.’ I was like, ‘Oh I really didn’t need to hear that!’ Then she said he offered her keys to his condos in Florida, and I was like, ‘Wow guess you had a good night,’ and that was the last we ever spoke of it.”

We also know more about Trump’s makeup habits.

Based on the conversation with one of the women who previously worked at the golf club, Sandra Diaz, we know that Trump is particular about stains on his clothes, including the kind possibly left behind by his purported makeup. Jordan reported that Trump had an outburst in 2012 “over some orange stains on the collar of his white golf shirt, which Diaz described as stubborn remnants of his makeup that she had difficulty removing.”

It’s possible, too, that those “orange stains” may have been left behind by an artificial tan. Over time, the president’s tan has been a frequently discussed topic. A Marie Claire article on the president’s complexion delved into the different shades of his tan with photos from 1986 up to 2017.

While it may surprise some people, it is pretty much understood that a lot of politicians, including male members of the political arena, wear makeup. Whether it’s for personal reasons or to charm their supporter bases with a perfect crop of hair and primer, or to simply look good on television, politicians are no strangers to the occasional dabbing of blush or concealer.

In fact, this topic has gotten its fair share of investigation, too. In 2016, Mic reported that many American politicians wore makeup, including Trump. “Lots and lots of it,” the outlet claimed.


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