With One Down, Here Are Donald Trump’s Other Six Horcruxes

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MEXICO CITY, MEXICO – AUGUST 31: US Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump is seen during a press conference at Los Pinos on August 31, 2016 in Mexico City, Mexico. President of Mexico Enrique Pena Nieto invited both presidential candidates, Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump to talk about the bilateral relation between Mexico and the United States, being Trump the first one to accept the invitation. (Photo by Hector Vivas/LatinContent/Getty Images)

Trump’s Hair

Spun with Rumpelstiltskin’s gold, Trump’s hair is something magical all on its own. Countless times he’s been asked if it is real and he’s even let people touch it. So you know for certain that he definitely insured his hair by putting a piece of his soul in it. The problem with it being a part of him is that this horcrux would be hard to destroy.

Well, not really. Especially since we all know it’s just an exceptionally ugly hair piece. So in order to kill off this horcrux, you must do the following. If it is indeed his real hair (it’s not) then you must shave his head completely. That’s the only way to kill his soul.

But if it is really a hair piece (it is) then you must embarrass him by proving it is fake while he’s on stage. For instance, you can get a huge fan or some kind of wind machine and point it at Trump. When the high winds take away that horrible hair piece, you can finally say you have defeated one of his horcruxes.

It could just be an ugly hair piece to equal up to an equally ugly man but it’s better to think it’s a magic force in itself that makes it that disgusting looking.