Trump complains about water pressure in showers, dishwashers and toilets in campaign speech

During a campaign stop in Carson City, Nev., on Sunday, President Trump criticized water pressure in homes.

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DONALD TRUMP: Getting back to my very boring story about faucets and dishwasher. So I said to the head, I called up-- great dishwasher company from Ohio that we saved, by the way. I said, what's the problem with your dishwasher?

Well, they don't give us any water. I mean, you know, it'd be nice to be able to get enough water. What's the problem? We need more water. Not that much.

Like, I said, how much you need? This-- would you like more? Well, I'd love more. Would you give us-- well, yeah, I'll give you more. You have so much water you don't know what to do with it, right? So we gave them what they need. And now the dishwashers are incredible. They work beautifully.

And you go one time, and you come back, and your dishes are nice and beautiful and clean and dry. You don't have to go 10 times. The same thing with the restrictors in the faucet. So I hate to say the three things. It's the shower. It's the sink. And you know the third element in the bathroom. But I don't say it because every time I say it, they only talk about that one because it's sort of gross to talk about, right?

So I won't I won't talk about the fact that people have to flush their toilet 15 times. OK? I will not talk about it. I'll only talk about showers and-- OK? But there is three things. I won't talk about it. This way, they can't report it.

So what happens? So what happens, I call my environmental people. Why are we doing this? Because when you wash your hands, it takes you five times longer. You know, the water's [INAUDIBLE]. You get soap. You can't get it off. I said, open it up. They said, what do you mean? Take the restrictors off.

People know. And if you're out here, you've got to be careful, and you got to do all the things you've been doing anyway. Take the restrictors off. And you may leave it in certain areas where you might need it. But most of the country-- big portion, it doesn't need it.

Then on the shower, the worst. You ever get under a shower where no water comes out? And me, I want that hair to be so beautiful. [INAUDIBLE]. I want the hair to look good. I go into some of these hotels-- you know, you travel. I go into these hotels, new hotels. They do a nice job. It's not their fault. And I get in there. I say, Oh, I can look at it now. I know they-- everything.

I say, Oh, here we go. Turn on the water. Drip, drip, drip, [INAUDIBLE] drip, drip. But now you go into a shower, and the water pours out. You go into a sink, and you can wash your hands very nicely. Beautiful. And the third thing to worry about, OK, we won't talk about. Just one time. That's all.