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Trump says he looks orange because of energy-efficient light bulbs

Mashable Friday, 13 September 2019 ()
During a speech for House Republicans on Thursday night, Donald Trump blamed his orange appearance on the most nefarious political villain of our time: light bulbs.

The Trump administration announced earlier this month that it would soften federal rules requiring light bulbs to meet certain energy efficiency standards. The...
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News video: 'The light's no good, I always look orange': Trump

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President Trump took a shot at environmentally friendly light bulbs during a speech on Thursday, blaming them for making him look orange onstage. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).

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