By Sarah EichlerPublished August 25, 2018 11:54:03Hairdresser Mark Latham of the Men’s Hairdresser Association responded to President Donald Trump’s announcement that he’s closing the hairdresser’s association with his business, calling it “a step in the right direction.”
In a statement, Latham said he is “committed to maintaining a professional and open dialogue with our member and customers to ensure the safety and security of our members and guests.”
He said the association is also “comfortable” with Trump’s decision to “decertify” the association and that the association’s “business operations will continue to operate.”
In addition, Lhambastian, who has been a hairdressers association member for 10 years, said he will continue his work as a member of the association.
He said he hopes that he will be able to continue working for the association in the future.
Latham, who is married and has two children, said that the decision was “a big blow” to his industry.
He is not a lawyer and said he has no plans to become one.
He added that he had never heard of a hairdressing association being disbanded.
“I’m not going to let it happen,” Latham told The American Conservatives.
“I have a lot of respect for the hair dressers association.
They do a good job.”
Latham also said that while he had hoped to continue his relationship with the association, it was not an option for him.
He said that he does not want to lose his business and said that, “I don’t know why this is happening.”
“I think it’s a step in what we want to do, but we’ll see what happens,” he said.
“We’re going to keep our members safe.”
Lhambasts Association of Hairdressers President James P. DeMarco said that it was “important to note that the American Hairdressery Association does not endorse or condone any of the actions of Mr. Trump.
We will continue our work to protect our members, our guests, and our customers.
We urge all hairdressery owners and customers of the American Association of Professional Hairdressing to keep their voices and views to themselves.””
The association will continue its efforts to protect the interests of the hair industry in the United States.
We urge all hairdressery owners and customers of the American Association of Professional Hairdressing to keep their voices and views to themselves.”
He added that the “unfortunate timing of the decision, which we believe was made at a time of heightened national concern about threats to our country, does not align with the interests or values of the Association.”
In November, Trump revoked the association from its membership because of a recent spate of violence against women and men, including the murder of Joanne Chesimard, a 25-year-old who was killed by a man in a nightclub.
The association was founded in 1974 and is the oldest and largest in the country, according to the association website.
The American Hairdressing Association’s association website has more than 8,000 members and a membership directory lists more than 9,000 men and women.
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