Donald Trump says he doesn't wear a toupee and to prove his trademark hairdo is for real the Republican presidential candidate invited a woman on stage at a campaign rally to see for herself.
Trump told 1,800 people at the rally in Greenville, South Carolina, on Thursday: "It's my hair ... I swear."
The billionaire developer waved a copy of The New York Times shortly after taking the stage, saying the newspaper accused him of wearing a toupee.
Then he called a woman onstage from a front table and instructed her to tug on his hair.
As she pulled, he asked her to confirm that it's real. She said, "I do believe it is," to laughter and applause, and Trump tossed his copy of the Times into the crowd.
The woman was later identified as Mary Margaret Bannister.
Trump leads most polls of GOP primary voters.
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