Disclosure: The White House opened a black market barber shop. At the height of the pandemic, the barber was locked up and he provided a $70 haircut service
- The Trump White House runs a “black market barber shop” next door
- “Speakeasy” is located in the bathroom of the Eisenhower Executive Office Building
- As the barbers in Washington, DC are closed, most male employees will have their hair cut off
- According to reports, two female hairdressers charge as much as $70 for each haircut.
According to reports, at the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic, the assistants of then President Donald Trump secretly cut the hair of two women working in a “black market barbershop” in the bathroom next to the White House.
According to the “New York Post” report, the White House staff will have a date with a pair of Asian hairdressers who set up shops in the Eisenhower Executive Office Building in the United States.
One of the women cuts her hair, and the other handles snacks and payments, which can total up to $70-including tips.
“Easy to speak” is the only way for assistants to cut their hair in Washington, DC. As the coronavirus infection began to spread across the country, lockdown measures were implemented and all barber shops and other non-essential businesses were closed.
According to a report, the Trump White House maintains a’black market barbershop’ in a small bathroom near 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue in the Eisenhower Executive Office Building.
According to reports, Debbie Meadows (see right in August 2020 with her husband, former White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows) recommended two people who will run the’speakeasy’ haircut Asian women in shop
The wife of House Representative Jim Jordan (Polly Jordan) strongly recommends the hairdresser to Meadows (shown in this undated file photo)
According to The Post, the rebels employed two Asian-American women who were recommended by the wife of Representative Jim Jordan (Jim Jordan) of the Ohio Republican House of Representatives.
Jordan’s wife Polly spoke enthusiastically to the two barbers to Debbie Meadows, wife of the then White House Chief of Staff, Mark Meadows.
A former White House official told The Post: “Jim Jordan’s wife introduced them to Debbie Meadows, and then Mark thought of bringing them in during the pandemic. .”
‘[Meadows] Said he was taking this lady to have her hair cut [and] Tell people to email blog [Harrison] reservation. “
Harrison served as President Trump’s operational assistant under Trump.
Another former White House official said that Meadows had asked his personal hairdresser to go to EEOB to do this. [and] Someone arranged [operations] Shop. ‘
According to the Post, the barbershop is very popular among young people working in the White House.
A former White House official told The Post: “I’m sure they will design a style for women, even though it is definitely aimed at male employees.”
“I can’t say with certainty whether any woman has been there.”
In the past, the White House had an internal barber shop in the basement.The picture above shows the then Secretary of State Henry Kissinger (Henry Kissinger) cutting hair from the hairdresser Milton Pitts in 1972
Another former White House aide said that their male colleagues “will go there and they are all very excited.”
The popularity of the barber shop prompted the White House to hire a permanent in-house barber.
At that time, the local barber shop Wall’s Barber Shop signed an agreement with the White House. Before that, Wall’s barbershop had been a favorite of the White House staff, but was forced to close due to the pandemic.
According to the Washington Post, Trump’s aides must spend $45 for a haircut, $25 for styling and $15 for beard trimming.
The Biden White House apparently retained the internal arrangement with Wall’s Barber Shop.
In the past, the White House had a barber shop in the basement.