Donald Trump’s favorite dishes. This diet will surprise you very much

Thanks to a book called “The Trump Way,” written by his former campaign manager Corey Lewandowski and former aide David Bossie, we know how bad the US President’s diet.

“Trump’s appetite seems to know no bounds when it comes to McDonald’s. How about a meal consisting of two Big Macs, two filet-o-fish and a chocolate cocktail,” they write.

Well, learning from the book about Trump’s preferences, you can make an “Unhealthy” top favorite food of the President of America.

Pizza is sometimes not so bad for you if it is made from healthy ingredients, it is not something that is sold in chain restaurants. (Although the authors are willing to bet that trump usually chooses the latter.)

The President prefers to eat the part with the filling, occasionally touching the edges. Although the words “Trump” and “pizza” are associated with advertising, where he promoted pizza with cheese-filled sides.


Diet Cola
We know that Cola is far from useful. A study published earlier this year in the journal Stroke found that regular use of it can lead to the development of stroke and dementia.

Weight gain in people over 65 is also a common consequence, according to a study published in the Journal of the American geriatrics society.

The aforementioned lunch of two big Macs, two filet-o-fish and a chocolate cocktail is up to 2,400 calories.

“The food contains almost no fiber, and also involves eating a large amount of bread. This all harms the President’s cardiovascular system,” writes the Atlantic.

In addition, the USDA recommends that a man of Trump’s age consume between 2,000 and 2,200 calories a day.


Although it is not known exactly what Trump includes in his order in KFC, we will be able to navigate by a photo from the billionaire’s Twitter in 2016.

The photo shows a bucket with about 12 pieces of fried chicken inside. Mashed potatoes and gravy are also visible.

Judging by the fact that Trump was already on the way, we can assume that the photo shows not all of his lunch. So it turned out thanks to the KFC website.

Let’s assume that all the assumptions are correct, let’s make an error of 1000 calories and make calculations. Leave the mountain of detailed calculations – in the end, we will have a whopping 6,245 calories.

Even if we take away 1000 calories in case of a mistake, we have a huge number. We can only hope that the President shared his lunch with someone and didn’t try to contain it all.

Author: Flyn Braun
Graduated from Cambridge University. Previously, he worked in various diferent news media. Currently, it is a columnist of the us news section in the Free News editors.
Function: Editor