Hollis JohnsonThe Trump Grill has been a theme of heartless critique.
In December, Vanity Fair published a oppressive takedown of a Trump Tower restaurant, observant a griddle “could be a misfortune griddle in America.”
The subsequent day, a president-elect tweeted: “Has anyone looked during a unequivocally bad numbers of @VanityFair Magazine. Way down, large trouble, dead! Graydon Carter, no talent, will be out!”
Eager to get to a bottom of a controversy, Business Insider visited Trump Grill after Trump’s choosing though before his coronation to see if a griddle deserves a media’s hatred or Trump’s support.