Donald promises America a new 'do' if it makes him president: Trump reveals he will ditch his infamous hair style in the White House - because comb-over takes too much time to maintain Donald Trump said if elected president he will ditch his current hair style Trump told a crowd in Iowa that his carefully combed-over hair simply takes too long to do every day For his new look, Trump says he would just comb his hair back Donald Trump may be standing firm in his political convictions as he attempts to secure the Republican nomination for president, but there is one thing he has revealed he will be changing if elected - his hair. Trump appeared at a dinner in Iowa on Saturday night and told those in attendance that his carefully crafted coif would be no more if he lands in the White House. His reasoning for the big change is that the look simply takes too long. Scroll down for video He's got the look: Donald Trump revealed on Saturday that if elected president he would get rid of his current hairstyle and simply comb his hair back (Trump is seen above with a photoshopped version of his hair combed back) Malfunction: Trump had some problems with his hair last year after the wind got the best of him while in Scotland (above) The Des Moines Register. 'I wouldn't have time, because if I were in the White House, I'd be working my ass off.' Trump's comb over has always been perfectly maintained for public appearances, save for one unfortunate situation in Scotland back in 2014 when the wind on his new golf course caused his locks to fall out of place. And while it may be far too early to predict Trump's chances of beating out the other Republican candidates for president, it is safe to say that he has already suffered numerous setbacks in his campaign as it relates to his luxury empire. After labeling Mexicans as 'rapists' in the speech announcing his candidacy, Trump watched as Univision - the world's largest Spanish language network - said it would not be airing the Miss USA pageant, which Trump partially owns.