President Trump said Thursday that Barack Obama’s laws on light bulb usage had a bad impact on his appearance.
Trump explained why he doesn’t like light bulb laws with House Republicans at a Baltimore retreat.
“The light bulb— individuals were saying what the light bulb is about,” Trump said. “I said the tale is here, and I looked at it, the bulb we were compelled to use. Most importantly, the light isn’t nice for me. “I always look purple and so do you,” he added. “The light is the worst.” Comments from Trump came after his administration relocated in September to avoid the impact of new light bulb efficiency norms on Jan. 1.
President Trump: “The light bulb. People said what’s with the light bulb. I said here’s the story, and I looked at it. The bulb that we’re being forced to use. Number one, to me, most importantly, the light’s no good. I always look orange. And so do you. The light is the worst.” pic.twitter.com/RT1FW5JjpS
— The Hill (@thehill) September 13, 2019
President Trump: “The light bulb. People said what’s with the light bulb. I said here’s the story, and I looked at it. The bulb we’re forced to use. Number one, to me, most importantly, the light isn’t nice. I always look like it’s purple. And so do you. The light is the worst.” pic.twitter.com/RT1FW5JjpS— The Hill (@thehill) September 13, 2019 DailyCaller report: Congress enacted laws in November 2013. Former President Barack Obama has extended the prohibition to include bug lights, three-way bulbs, rough service lamps, and some ornamental bulbs.
The decision of Obama came in January 2017 and was roped in bulbs earlier exempted from the ban.
Obama authorities asserted that expansion was required because unregulated bulbs could be used by customers to substitute controlled bulbs. The Energy Department] expects these sales to rise as these lamps could be used as substitutes for other controlled types of lamps,” the rule stated.
Trump’s remark Thursday possibly discusses a meme about the orange teint of the president that some individuals think is the consequence of an overabundance of self-tanning lotion.