Still bemused that the leader of the free world would bother to slight him on social media, Fallon said, "When I saw that Trump insulted me on Twitter, I was gonna tweet back immediately, but I thought, 'I have more important things to do.' Then I thought, 'Wait, shouldn't HE have more important things to do?' He's the president!"
Former White House physician Dr. Ronny Jackson said in January that Trump does take Propecia, a prescription medicine meant to address hair loss. Fallon said he regretted "humanizing" Trump in the interview.
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The Tunisian goalkeeper Farouk Ben Mustapha went out amid scramble, while Eden Hazard tucked the ball into an empty net. Wahbi Khazri scored in stoppage time for Tunisia to make 5-2 but the Red Devils were already home and dry.
He then explained his donation to the Texas-based nonprofit Refugee and Immigrant Center for Education and Legal Services (RAICES) in response to the surge of outrage at the recent federal policy shift that calls for adult migrants to be separated from their children while in federal detention, with more than 2,000 children unaccounted for since the policy change took effect in the spring.
At the time, Fallon didn't understand why the hair-messing skit caused such an outcry, with critics accusing him of "humanising" a politician who encouraged hateful practices, such as Trump's newly implemented zero tolerance on immigration.
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With the double election victory on Sunday, Erdogan can now boast of having won an astonishing 14 elections since coming to power. The Turkish lira and stocks sagged after initial gains, and economists said the outlook was uncertain.
"He [Fallon] was so disappointed to find out it was real, he couldn't believe it". Everyone used to say my hair is phony, you're wearing a hairpiece.
Trump insisted that he enjoyed comedy and did not mind political jokes as long as they were amusing.
FDA approves first ever drug derived from marijuana
And the company plans to continue importing the medicine, bypassing onerous US regulations on manufacturing restricted substances. In 1985, the FDA signed off on Marinol, which contains a synthetic version of THC, to treat loss of appetite in people with AIDS.