In an interview with CNBC on Monday, President Donald Trump revealed that he was interested in becoming a hairdressers.
The president also said he was willing to travel to the Bahamas for an exhibition of his work, if the demand was there.
“I want to do it because it’s such a great place to work,” Trump said, according to CNBC.
“I would like to do something for the people of New Jersey.”
He added that the event would be held in his office in the Oval Office, though it has yet to be officially announced.
“You’ll see it on television, but I don’t know if it’s going to happen,” he said.
“It’ll be an exhibition.
I’ll do it if it happens.”
Trump has been busy promoting his brand of style.
In April, he unveiled his “Celebrity Haircut Collection” of a collection of cut-off hair, which included a cut of his head, a mustache, a shaved mustache, and a haircut.
He has also spent the past few weeks visiting a hair salon in New York City, where he has made appearances at events like a fashion show.
In May, he told the Daily News that he would “like to do a haircut that will be much better than what we’re doing right now,” as he continues to promote his “Make America Great Again” message.
In the interview, Trump said he “could do anything” as long as he was given the opportunity to compete against other hairdressors.
“It’s a big deal, and I can do anything,” he added.
“You can’t say no to that.
You can’t stop.
You’ve got to do what’s right for the business, and that’s what I’ve been doing.
I want a very good, great haircut, and you’ve got a very nice time.
But if they give me the opportunity, I’m going to do the best I can.”
In addition to being a hair dresser, Trump also runs his own hair styling company, which employs several hundred people.
He recently announced a $2 million investment in the company, and he recently announced plans to open a new salon in his new Trump Tower office.