What did he order? Fish fillet … and much more.
President Donald Trump's longtime love for fast food made headlines this week when his former campaign manager Corey Lewandowski and former assistant David Bossie launched their new book, Let Trump Be Trump reveals the McDonald's order for the president's dinner during the campaign.
The Washington Post who obtained an advance copy of the book, reported that he once ordered "two Big Macs, two Fillet-O-Fish and a malted chocolate". As our sister publication Extra Crispy points out, the fast-food chain does not offer "malted chocolate", but suppose it meant the restaurant's chocolate milkshake, the president's meal would reach 2,530 calories with 1
Here is the nutritional breakdown according to the McDonald's website:
2 Big Macs  1080 calories
56 g of fat
92 g of carbohydrates
50 g of protein
1900 mg of sodium
40 g of fat
36g of protein
1320mg of sodium
Medium McCafé Chocolate Shake
18g of fat
81g of carbohydrates
14g of protein
310mg of sodium
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When it is considered that the USDA recommends that the moderately active men of 71 years consume 2,200 calories per day, Trump had already overcome Your calorie needs for the day with just one meal. The sodium count of McDonald's food also doubles the recommended intake of 1,500 mg by the American Heart Association.
Trump's affinity for the drive-thru is not a surprise, but how far his top aides would go to satisfy his appetite could be considered shocking.
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"In Trump Force One there were four major food groups: McDonald's, Kentucky Fried Chicken, pizza and Diet Coke," the authors write, adding that Trump's plane cabinets They were full of Vienna fingers. , French fries, pretzels and many Oreos packages.
Lewandowski and Bossie also note that "Mr. Trump's orchestration and meal timing were as important as any other aspect of his march to the presidency."