Reporters at new media company Axios recently spoke to a source who worked on Trump's campaign, who dished that the bronzed businessman likes his employees to be dressed to impress.
The source said a strict wardrobe policy applies to both men and women, explaining:
"If you're going to be a public person for him, whether it's a lawyer or representing him in meetings, then you need to have a certain look. That look ― at least for any male ― you have to be sharply dressed."
Sure, that makes sense.
But the source also added that Trump's simple instructions for his female staffers' dress code — which is "dress like a woman" — led many women on the campaign trail to feel pressure to wear dresses in order to impress the orange boss man!