Donald Trump’s Hairpiece to speak at The Berkeley Forum

Pictured Donald Trump's Hairpiece who goes by the name Harry F. Ake. (PC Credit: BostonJerry)

Donald Trump’s Hairpiece is expected to speak at the Forum in early October.

Following Trump’s shocking performance tonight at the Republican Debate, the media focus on Donald Trump has never been more intense. But while Trump has been attracting a majority of the media focus, one facet of Trump’s campaign has been strongly overlooked: that of his hairpiece.

While Trump has done a majority of the talking during his campaign, his hairpiece has notably remained silent on pertinent issues such as immigration and foreign policy.

Because of Berkeley’s storied history in inviting controversial speakers to our school, The Berkeley Forum announced yesterday that Donald Trump’s hairpiece had accepted an invitation to speak in Berkeley in October.

While most people simply refer to the being residing on top of Donald Trump’s head as his hairpiece, it should be noted that Donald Trump’s hairpiece actually goes by the name Harry F. Ake.

Mr. Ake immigrated to America in 1990 in search of a better life for him and his family before eventually settling down in Mt. Baldy. Mr. Ake landed the coveted gig of Donald Trump’s hairpiece after he fired his last hairpiece, Alfred Toupee who went by the moniker “A. Toupee”. 

Mr. Ake landed the coveted gig of Donald Trump’s hairpiece after he fired his last hairpiece, Alfred Toupee who went by the moniker “A. Toupee”.

Interestingly, it’s not clear whether or not Mr. Ake will be affected by Trump’s controversial immigration policy, but Mr. Ake is expected to speak on the issue at the Berkeley Forum.

Mr. Ake is expected to be the mane attraction in the stellar line up of speakers that the Berkeley Forum has lined up for this year. Tickets are expected to be available for pre-sale early next month.

 

 

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