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Trey Gowdy Has a History of Questionable Haircuts.

Posted in style | March 2017

NICHOLAS KAMM

Did this guy treat his barber like the free press?

Trey Gowdy, Republican representative from South Carolina who served as chairman for the United States House Select Committee on Benghazi, got more than a little attention for himself while questioning FBI Director James Comey today. See, while Comey is opening up an official inquiry into the Trump campaign’s ties with Russia, Gowdy is more concerned about jailing journalists who report on it. (Priorities, you know?)

You’d be forgiven for not catching that pretty major twist because the Republican party simultaneously unleashed another distraction: Trey Gowdy’s hair. We’re not entirely sure what he’s trying to convey with the buzzed length and the weird pushed forward style with side-swept bangs, but it’s certainly… something.

And as was pointed out online, this is hardly the first offense, it’s merely the most recent manifestation of Gowdy’s bad haircuts. He has a long history of perplexing hairstyles, and even, late last year, made a mock video lampooning himself. So, he’s aware of the problem and yet either (1) refuses to fix it, or (2) seems to think this new haircut is an improvement.

Here’s Gowdy giving some serious Draco Malfoy hair during a news conference last year.

Here’s a boy band faux-hawk gone terribly wrong.

Not sure what’s going on here, but I’m going to call it a modified mullet.

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