- Donald Trump Jr. says no one eats more McDonald’s “per capita” than “Donald Trump”.
- Trump Jr. added that it’s “100% accurate” that no one knows McDonald’s menus better than his father.
- The former president was seen buying McDonald’s food for first responders in eastern Palestine.
Donald Trump Jr. wants everyone to know that his father still consumes a lot of McDonald’s meals.
The former president purchased meals for first responders at a McDonald’s location in East Palestine on Wednesday and probably knows the menu better than McDonald’s employees.
“It’s 100% accurate, by the way. Okay, no one really knows that,” Trump Jr. said of his father’s comments.
“There’s probably no one eating more per capita than Donald Trump,” he added.
The former president’s eldest son, Trump Jr., also said he was happy to see his father “just sitting at McDonald’s.”
“He was the best DJT,” Trump Jr. said.
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Trump’s love of fast food is well known. In 2019, he served a massive fast-food buffet in the White House’s State Dining Room to celebrate his team’s national victory in Clemson University football.
McDonald’s is also President Trump’s go-to comfort food. He was taking orders from his chain of fast food that were sent to Walter Reed Hospital when he contracted COVID-19 in October 2020.
Journalist Michael Wolff wrote in his book Fire and Fury that one of Trump’s penchant for fast food is his “long-standing fear” of becoming addicted. Wolff added that Trump liked to go to McDonald’s.
In 2017, former Trump campaign advisers Cory Lewandowski and David Bossey said Trump’s standard McDonald’s order consisted of two 2,500-calorie Big Macs, two Filet-O-Fish sandwiches, and one large malted milkshake. revealed to be an individual
The former president is also known to drink a lot of pizza, Kentucky Fried Chicken and Diet Coke. Along with McDonald’s, these four foods were staples of his diet on his trail in 2016 campaign. per book By Lewandowski and Bossie.
A representative for Trump did not immediately respond to an insider’s request for comment.