Twitter goes wild over Trump’s hair as he makes surprise visit to church

Just before his state visit to the United Kingdom, President Trump appeared to be sporting a new hairdo on Sunday – and social media was there to document it.

The president was photographed on Sunday during a visit to an evangelical church in Virginia.

It was there that Trump was honored with a ‘special day of prayer’.

But the president appeared visibly uncomfortable as he had to remove a baseball cap that he was wearing during his golf game earlier in the day.

President Trump appeared Sunday at a Virginia church with a slightly altered appearance than what the public is used to

President Trump appeared Sunday at a Virginia church with a slightly altered appearance than what the public is used to

President Trump appeared Sunday at a Virginia church with a slightly altered appearance than what the public is used to

While standing on stage with Pastor David Platt, he was seen with his hair combed back

While standing on stage with Pastor David Platt, he was seen with his hair combed back

While standing on stage with Pastor David Platt, he was seen with his hair combed back

The president arrived at McLean Bible Church in Vienna, Virginia on Sunday after his golf outing, which apparently meant he did not have time to make his usual preparations

The president arrived at McLean Bible Church in Vienna, Virginia on Sunday after his golf outing, which apparently meant he did not have time to make his usual preparations

The president arrived at McLean Bible Church in Vienna, Virginia on Sunday after his golf outing, which apparently meant he did not have time to make his usual preparations

While standing on stage with Pastor David Platt, he was seen with his hair combed back.

The president arrived at the church in McLean directly from his golf outing at Trump National Golf Club in Potomac Falls, Virginia.

On Twitter, social media users wondered what was up with the president’s new ‘do.

‘Wow he looks like a real person and not an orange cheeto with fly away hair,’ tweeted one Twitter user.

Another Twitter user wrote: ‘Trump’s hat hair…Jesus!’

‘Trump at Vienna VA church wearing Joe Biden’s hair,’ wrote another Twitter user.

One Twitter user wrote that Trump 'looks like a real person and not an orange cheeto with fly away hair'

One Twitter user wrote that Trump 'looks like a real person and not an orange cheeto with fly away hair'

One Twitter user wrote that Trump ‘looks like a real person and not an orange cheeto with fly away hair’

Trump's "hat hair" is even worse than his "every day hair",' tweeted Bobby Roberts

Trump's "hat hair" is even worse than his "every day hair",' tweeted Bobby Roberts

Trump’s “hat hair” is even worse than his “every day hair”,’ tweeted Bobby Roberts

'That's his GOLF HAIR,' another Twitter user tweeted on Sunday

'That's his GOLF HAIR,' another Twitter user tweeted on Sunday

‘That’s his GOLF HAIR,’ another Twitter user tweeted on Sunday

Patty Glikman tweeted: 'Don't you love Trump's hair? Looking good!'

Patty Glikman tweeted: 'Don't you love Trump's hair? Looking good!'

Patty Glikman tweeted: ‘Don’t you love Trump’s hair? Looking good!’

Others on social media compared Trump's hair to that of Gordon Gekko

Others on social media compared Trump's hair to that of Gordon Gekko

Others on social media compared Trump’s hair to that of Gordon Gekko

President Trump

President Trump

Michael Douglas as Gordon Gekko in the 1987 film Wall Street

Michael Douglas as Gordon Gekko in the 1987 film Wall Street

Gordon Gekko is the villainous character from the 1987 film Wall Street. He is played in the movie by Michael Douglas, who slicks his hair back

'Did anyone see Trump's hair today? Wholly molly!!' tweeted another Twitter user

'Did anyone see Trump's hair today? Wholly molly!!' tweeted another Twitter user

‘Did anyone see Trump’s hair today? Wholly molly!!’ tweeted another Twitter user

'With normal hair he at least looks a little less bizarre,' tweeted another Twitter user

'With normal hair he at least looks a little less bizarre,' tweeted another Twitter user

‘With normal hair he at least looks a little less bizarre,’ tweeted another Twitter user

Ting Shen tweeted about being 'thrown off by President Trump's hair in a Ducktail'

Ting Shen tweeted about being 'thrown off by President Trump's hair in a Ducktail'

Ting Shen tweeted about being ‘thrown off by President Trump’s hair in a Ducktail’

Another Twitter user said that Trump's hair is 'an impeachable offense'

Another Twitter user said that Trump's hair is 'an impeachable offense'

Another Twitter user said that Trump’s hair is ‘an impeachable offense’

Sue Brennan tweeted that Trump was 'wearing Joe Biden's hair'

Sue Brennan tweeted that Trump was 'wearing Joe Biden's hair'

Sue Brennan tweeted that Trump was ‘wearing Joe Biden’s hair’

A Twitter user who goes by the handle Cozy Coder wrote: ‘Wtf? Is that Trump on the right? He's not orange anymore? And what's wrong with his hair?'

A Twitter user who goes by the handle Cozy Coder wrote: ‘Wtf? Is that Trump on the right? He's not orange anymore? And what's wrong with his hair?'

A Twitter user who goes by the handle Cozy Coder wrote: ‘Wtf? Is that Trump on the right? He’s not orange anymore? And what’s wrong with his hair?’

Another Twitter user noted: ‘He went to pray for the victims of the Virginia shooting only AFTER his golf game. That’s his GOLF HAIR!’

‘So Trump has just gone full Gordon Gekko with his hair,’ tweeted another social media user.

Gordon Gekko is the villainous character from the 1987 film Wall Street. He is played in the movie by Michael Douglas, who slicks his hair back.

A Twitter user who goes by the handle Cozy Coder wrote: ‘Wtf? Is that Trump on the right? He’s not orange anymore? And what’s wrong with his hair?’

‘Trumps new hair…cut? What is happening here in Virginia?’ tweeted another dumbfounded Twitter user.

Later on Sunday evening, Trump appeared at a gala at Ford’s Theater in Washington, DC. Having had time to prepare, the president returned to his conventional appearance. 

The president, not known for engaging in regular Sunday worship, spent 11 minutes at McLean Bible Church near Washington, D.C.

Later on Sunday evening, Trump appeared at a gala at Ford's Theater in Washington, DC. Having had time to prepare, the president returned to his conventional appearance

Later on Sunday evening, Trump appeared at a gala at Ford's Theater in Washington, DC. Having had time to prepare, the president returned to his conventional appearance

Later on Sunday evening, Trump appeared at a gala at Ford’s Theater in Washington, DC. Having had time to prepare, the president returned to his conventional appearance

The White House said he was there to ‘pray for the victims and community of Virginia Beach,’ where a gunman killed 11 people on Sunday. 

Evangelical leader Franklin Graham and more than 250 other Christian luminaries had asked America’s Bible-believers pray for President Trump on Sunday in the hope that God would take his side in political battles that have roiled Washington. 

Trump took off his white ‘USA’ baseball cap as he joined Platt on the stage that serves as the focus of services at the 58-year-old church.

‘We pray that he would look to you,’ Platt said, addressing the almighty, ‘that he would trust in you, that he would lean on you, that he would govern and make decisions in the ways that are good for justice and good for righteousness, and good for equity.’ 

Donald Trump stood on stage Sunday at a Virginia megachurch as Pastor David Platt prayed for him; Trump was in the church for 11 minutes

Donald Trump stood on stage Sunday at a Virginia megachurch as Pastor David Platt prayed for him; Trump was in the church for 11 minutes

Donald Trump stood on stage Sunday at a Virginia megachurch as Pastor David Platt prayed for him; Trump was in the church for 11 minutes

The president didn't speak at McLean Bible Church but thanked Platt, and remembered to take off his golf hat before standing with him for the prayer

The president didn't speak at McLean Bible Church but thanked Platt, and remembered to take off his golf hat before standing with him for the prayer

The president didn’t speak at McLean Bible Church but thanked Platt, and remembered to take off his golf hat before standing with him for the prayer

Mclean Bible Church boasts a weekly attendance of 5,700 at its flagship Vienna, Virginia house of worship, plus another 4,600 at four satellite campuses and online

Mclean Bible Church boasts a weekly attendance of 5,700 at its flagship Vienna, Virginia house of worship, plus another 4,600 at four satellite campuses and online

Mclean Bible Church boasts a weekly attendance of 5,700 at its flagship Vienna, Virginia house of worship, plus another 4,600 at four satellite campuses and online 

A PRAYER FOR TRUMP: Evangelical pastor David Platt’s words as president stood with him in church

‘Many of you may have seen that there were calls to, particularly on this Sunday, pray for our president. We don’t want to do that just on this Sunday. We want to do that continually, day in and day out, so I want to ask us to bow our heads together now and pray for our president. 

‘Oh God, we praise you as the one universal king over all. You are our leader and our lord and we worship you. There is one God and one savior, and it’s you. Your name is Jesus, and we exalt you, Jesus. And we know we need your mercy, we need your grace, we need your help, we need your wisdom in our country. 

‘And so we stand right now on behalf of our president, and we pray for your grace and your mercy and your wisdom upon him. God, we pray that he would know how much you love him, so much that you sent Jesus to die for his sins, our sins. So we pray that he would look to you, that he would trust in you, that he would lean on you, that he would govern and make decisions in the ways that are good for justice and good for righteousness, and good for equity. Every good path.  

‘Lord we pray, we pray that you would give him all the grace he needs to govern, and ways that we just saw in 1 Timothy Chapter 2, that “lead to peaceful and quiet lives, godly and dignified in every way.” 

‘God, we pray for your blessing in that way upon his family. We pray that you’d give them strength, we pray that you’d give them clarity, wisdom. Wisdom. Fear of the Lord is the beginning of wisdom. Fools despise wisdom and instruction. Please, oh God, give him wisdom. And help him to lead our country, alongside other leaders. We pray today for leaders in Congress, we pray for leaders in courts, we pray for leaders at national and state levels. 

‘Please, oh God, help us to look to you, help us to trust in your word, help us to seek your wisdom and live in ways that reflect your love and your grace, your righteousness and your justice. We pray for your blessings on our president toward that end. In Jesus’ name we pray, Amen.’ 

Pastor David as he visits McLean Bible Church in Vienna, Virginia on June 2, 2019, to pray for the victims and community of Virginia Beach. - Police in Virginia searched for the reason why a city engineer fired indiscriminately on his workplace colleagues, turning a municipal building into a war zone as he killed at least 12 people and wounded four before being fatally shot himself on May 31, 2019. (Photo by Jim WATSON / AFP)JIM WATSON/AFP/Getty Images

Pastor David as he visits McLean Bible Church in Vienna, Virginia on June 2, 2019, to pray for the victims and community of Virginia Beach. - Police in Virginia searched for the reason why a city engineer fired indiscriminately on his workplace colleagues, turning a municipal building into a war zone as he killed at least 12 people and wounded four before being fatally shot himself on May 31, 2019. (Photo by Jim WATSON / AFP)JIM WATSON/AFP/Getty Images

Pastor David Platt’s prayer never mentioned Saturday’s deadly mass-shooting in Virginia Beach, which the White House had said Trump was at McLean Bible Church to pray about

Platt didn’t mention the deadly Virginia violence, but prayed aloud with his Bible held aloft for Trump, judges, members of Congress and government officials at the national and state level.

‘Lord we pray, we pray that you would give him all the grace he needs to govern,’ he said of Trump.

Platt also prayed for the president’s family, asking God to ‘give them strength. We pray that you’d give them clarity, wisdom.’

The president didn’t speak to the applauding worshipers or a string orchestra seated near him onstage, but told Platt: ‘Thank you, reverend. I appreciate it very much.’ 

Platt is formerly president of the Southern Baptist Convention’s International Mission Board.

Mclean Bible Church boasts a weekly attendance of 5,700 at its flagship Vienna, Virginia house of worship, plus another 4,600 at four satellite campuses and online. 

Franklin Graham wrote last Sunday on Facebook that pastors should lead their congregations in the ‘Special Day of Prayer’ to ask the almighty to ‘protect, strengthen, encourage, and guide’ the president.

‘President Trump’s enemies continue to try everything to destroy him, his family, and the presidency. In the history of our country, no president has been attacked as he has. I believe the only hope for him, and this nation, is God,’ Graham wrote.

Trump isn't known to be a regular churchgoer but has a coterie of evangelical leaders who counsel him – and help him avoid alienating Christian voters on America's political right

Trump isn't known to be a regular churchgoer but has a coterie of evangelical leaders who counsel him – and help him avoid alienating Christian voters on America's political right

Trump isn’t known to be a regular churchgoer but has a coterie of evangelical leaders who counsel him – and help him avoid alienating Christian voters on America’s political right

A woman took part in a prayer for U.S. President Donald Trump the McLean Bible Church, in Vienna, Virginia, U.S., June 2, 2019. REUTERS/Joshua Roberts

A woman took part in a prayer for U.S. President Donald Trump the McLean Bible Church, in Vienna, Virginia, U.S., June 2, 2019. REUTERS/Joshua Roberts

A woman  takes part in a prayer for Donald Trump at the McLean Bible Church, in Vienna, Virginia, U.S., June 2, 2019. REUTERS/Joshua Roberts

The president is pictured Sunday coming into the church building through a side entrance, obscured by the darkness of a backstage area

The president is pictured Sunday coming into the church building through a side entrance, obscured by the darkness of a backstage area

The president is pictured Sunday coming into the church building through a side entrance, obscured by the darkness of a backstage area

Rev. Franklin Graham

Rev. Franklin Graham

Evangelist minister Franklin Graham (left) called on thousands of churches to say special prayers for Donald Trump this coming Sunday, in the hope that God would intervene to save the president from his political enemies

Graham posted a call to prayer this weekend, asking for thousands of churches to get on their knees for Trump next Sunday

Graham posted a call to prayer this weekend, asking for thousands of churches to get on their knees for Trump next Sunday

Graham posted a call to prayer this weekend, asking for thousands of churches to get on their knees for Trump next Sunday

“This is a critical time for America. We’re on the edge of a precipice. Time is short. We need to pray for God to intervene. We need to ask God to protect, strengthen, encourage, and guide the President,” he continued.

‘He’s our president,’ Graham added in a Twitter video clip, ‘and if he succeeds we all benefit. But if his enemies are allowed to destroy him and pull down the presidency it will hurt our entire nation.’ 

Graham said ‘many thousands of churches’ would take part in the targeted prayer sessions. 

The Texas preacher’s father was the late evangelist Billy Graham. He now leads the Billy Graham Evangelistic Association and the Samaritan’s Purse charity.

He’s also a reliable Trump booster, along with other co-signers of the call to prayer who cautiously backed the president and quietly chuckled when the sometimes-Presbyterian clumsily cited ‘Two Corinthians’ instead of ‘Second Corinthians.’

But they have found in him a president eager to defend religious liberties, influence millions of evangelicals to vote, and autograph Bibles along the way.

Graham risks drawing culture-war pressure to Trump with his unapologetic positions against gay rights. He said last week that Democratic presidential candidate Pete Buttigieg should ‘repent’ his homosexual ‘sin.’ 

Franklin Graham risks becoming a lightning rod that could fry Trump: he tweeted last week that '[t]he Bible says marriage is between a man & a woman – not two men, not two

Franklin Graham risks becoming a lightning rod that could fry Trump: he tweeted last week that '[t]he Bible says marriage is between a man & a woman – not two men, not two

Franklin Graham risks becoming a cultural lightning rod that could fry Trump: He tweeted last week that ‘[t]he Bible says marriage is between a man & a woman – not two men, not two women’

The Trump-backing Graham has sparred with Democratic presidential candidate Pete Buttigieg, who would be the first openly gay U.S. president if he were elected

The Trump-backing Graham has sparred with Democratic presidential candidate Pete Buttigieg, who would be the first openly gay U.S. president if he were elected

The Trump-backing Graham has sparred with Democratic presidential candidate Pete Buttigieg, who would be the first openly gay U.S. president if he were elected

‘Buttigieg is right – God doesn’t have a political party,’ he tweeted. ‘But God does have commandments, laws & standards He gives us to live by.’ 

‘As a Christian I believe the Bible,’ he added, ‘which defines homosexuality as sin, something to be repentant of, not something to be flaunted, praised or politicized.’

‘The Bible says marriage is between a man & a woman – not two men, not two women,’ he wrote. 

Graham has become a controversial figure both inside and outside Christian cultural circles because of his support for President Trump.

When asked about allegations that Trump had an affair with porn star Stormy Daniels and then paid her hush money to keep quiet about it, he said last year: ‘President Trump I don’t think has admitted to having an affair with this person. And so this is just a news story, and I don’t even know if it’s accurate.’

Graham told NBC News at the time: ‘We certainly don’t hold him up as the pastor of this nation and he is not.’ 

Other Christian leaders joining Graham in his call to prayer included former Minnesota Rep. Michele Bachmann, preacher Kenneth Copeland, Liberty University president Jerry Falwell Jr., civil rights activist Alveda King, Family Research Council president Tony Perkins, Faith and Freedom coalition leader Ralph Reed, Christian recording artist Michael W. Smith and preacher Paula White-Cain.    

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