- President Donald Trump has a notoriously bad diet full of quick food and high-calorie meals.
- For a week, we ate a approach he competence eat, usually to see what it would be like.
- It was as miserable as we expected.
Much has been created and pronounced about President Donald Trump’s diet.
Considering reports that his “major food groups” are McDonald’s, KFC, pizza, and Diet Coke, as good as one that says he tries to equivocate non-chain restaurants out of fear of being poisoned, it’s satisfactory to contend Trump has some specific tastes.
It’s also satisfactory to contend that it’s not really healthy. According to Corey Lewandowski, his former debate manager who wrote a book “Let Trump Be Trump,” a boss would customarily go 14 to 16 hours though eating, afterwards have a full McDonald’s cooking of dual Big Macs, dual Filet-O-Fish sandwiches, and a tiny chocolate shake — a sum of 2,430 calories.
He also says he doesn’t mostly eat breakfast and avoids it if he can. Lewandowski says Trump doesn’t eat a bread of his sandwiches, and other reports contend he avoids eating pizza crust. He orders his steaks — his favorite food — good done, with a side of ketchup.
If this reminds we of a eating habits of anyone we know, they’re substantially not aged adequate to drive.
For beverages, Trump does not splash tea, coffee, alcohol, or anything stimulating. He has usually one loyal love: Diet Coke. He reportedly drinks 12 a day.
Taking all that into account, we had one thought: “That all sounds awful. I’ve got to try it.”
So began my ambitious, foolhardy, and fraudulent tour into a mind of Trump — by his stomach — by eating as he eats. For a week, we stranded to dishes that Trump has been photographed eating, has pronounced in interviews that he eats, or has been reported to eat regularly.
I can’t contend we schooled a lot about Trump, though we really schooled something about myself.