A man in an orange jumpsuit stands in the hallway of the VA Medical Center.
He is wearing a headdress, which is not visible under the uniform, and his hair is braided in a way that allows him to breathe underwater.
His head is shaved and he holds a microphone.
Trump has been vocal about the VA’s care for veterans, who he claims suffer from a lack of care.
He has called on Congress to fund a massive overhaul of the system, which has been plagued by delays and delays, and has promised to bring back the VA doctor-patient relationship.
But his administration has been struggling to implement changes.
“It’s an absolutely stunning thing,” Trump said at a town hall on Saturday in Des Moines.
“There’s no one in this room.
There’s no way that you would have this many vets that are suffering.
They don’t have any choice.
And it’s just incredible.”
Trump said that vets need help.
“And they need to be able to go out to the polls, to be allowed to vote, and they need the help of their leaders, because they need it so much.”
He added that veterans should “go back to the VA.”
But when a man wearing a suit and tie approaches him, Trump says, “That’s not a man.”
The man is in the midst of a haircut.
“If I have a problem with you, let me tell you something,” Trump says.
“You have the nerve to stand there and tell me what I should do.
But when I get down here, you’ll see what I mean.”
The man, who is seated behind Trump, does not acknowledge the President.
He does not answer the President’s question, and Trump tells him to go back to his hair.
The VA has not responded to CNN’s request for comment.