December 17th – US President Trump has publicly complained this summer that the amount of water in the shower is too small to make his hairstyle “imperfect”. On December 15, the U.S. Department of Energy announced the relaxation of regulations on the amount of water from showers.
According to the World Journal and Reuters, the federal government legislated in 1992 that the amount of water produced by shower nozzles should not exceed 2.5 gallons (about 9.4 litres) per minute.
Because the newer shower device often has multiple sprinklers, the Obama administration updated the rule that no matter how many sprinklers in the bathroom operate at the same time, the total water output is still limited to 2.5 gallons.
It is understood that after the amendment of the new regulations on the 15th, each nozzle can discharge 2.5 gallons of water per minute.
Trump has complained many times that the standard of water for showers does not keep his hair perfect.
This summer, he complained in public, “Shower nozzle, when you take a shower, there is no water, you want to wash your hands, no water, so what do you do? You can only wait a little longer and take a shower longer.
I don’t know how you guys are because of my hair, but my hair must be perfect!”