Reporters at The Washington Post nabbed a copy of former Trump campaign managers Corey Lewandowski and David Bossie’s forthcoming memoir, Let Trump Be Trump, and uncovered a bounty of juicy, crisis-filled stories from the trenches of the 2016 presidential campaign. If you want a peek at those, click here. (Or better yet, here.) But if you’re just looking for the low-down on what Donald Trump is craving each time he mumbles, “ba da ba ba ba,” you’ve come to the right place.
“On Trump Force One there were four major food groups,” they write. “McDonald’s, Kentucky Fried Chicken, pizza and Diet Coke.” And when they made a trip to the golden arches for dinner, Trump would reportedly order “two Big Macs, two Fillet-O-Fish, and a chocolate malted.”
Per The Guardian, Trump’s order weighs in at 2,420 calories, 112g of fat, and 3,470mg of salt—numbers that are either well beyond or hunched nervously under the ceiling of the FDA’s recommended daily intake for men. But the question now is whether or not he ate everything brought to him.
While I find have no problem picturing President Trump finishing both Big Macs, both Filet-O-Fishes, and the single, decadent chocolate malted in one sitting, part of me suspects that his doubling up is a deranged psychological play born out of his own insecurities.
Any man could eat one Big Mac, but the manliest of the manly men eat two.
Real leaders need double the protein from double the species to prove their dominance over all others, so throw on two Filet-O-Fish.
Woman-loving, Kinsey 1 heterosexuals get the more masculine chocolate malted even when they’re actually craving the fruitier, pleasantly pink hues of a strawberry one.
Or maybe he eats all four! I mean, he probably does. The point is, the best McDonald’s order is two egg McMuffins, two hashbrowns, and a medium coffee.