Here’s How Women Are Responding to Donald Trump’s Dress Code Request

Twitter had time for POTUS Trump and his rumored dress code.

By Jasmine Washington

Twitter is not here for President Donald Trump’s alleged “Dress Like a Woman” policy for former campaign workers and White House staffers.

News of the rumored dress code comes courtesy of an anonymous source in a newsletter from Axios. The source reportedly said, “Trump likes the women who work for him “to dress like women.” “Even if you’re in jeans, you need to look neat and orderly,” the source added.

Twitter users quickly united under #DressLikeAWoman in response to President Trump’s latest policy.