By Judy Kurtz
Hillary ClintonHillary Rodham ClintonBeing a woman is not a qualification for becoming president Detroit newspaper breaks with tradition, endorses Gary Johnson Vulnerable NH Republican ties reelection bid to Trump MORE is making a confession, saying, "I've been coloring my hair for years."
"Just pull up the images in your head: All our presidents come into office looking so vigorous," Clinton, 67, said. "Think about what they look like on Inauguration Day. And then we watch them — they grow grayer and grayer. And by the time they leave, they are as white as the building they live in."
Clinton, who has sported blond locks for most of her life in the public eye, said with a smile as she waved a finger in the air, "Now let me tell you, I'm aware I might not be the youngest candidate in this race, but I have one big advantage: I've been coloring my hair for years."
President Obama has often fixated on the changing color of his follicles. In a 2011 interview, he lamented that his hair was "getting a little gray" and that his wife, Michelle, "thinks I look old."
But, the 53-year-old commander in chief said, "She still thinks I'm cute."