As the president of the United States, Donald Trump is entitled to eat whatever he wants. However, the frequency at which Trump eats fast food is starting to worry people. After a recent speech in which Trump was heard slurring his words, the public is wondering whether the Commander in Chief is starting to experience severe health problems.
In a new book entitled Let Trump Be Trump written by Corey R. Lewandowski and David Bossie, the authors outline a Trump fast-food order. What Trump eats on a regular basis has people questioning his health. According to the book, a typical Trump meal consists of two Big Macs, two Filet-o-Fish sandwiches, and a chocolate milkshake.
The generous meal would be a lot of fast food for anyone, but it’s an especially worrying amount to be eaten every day by a 71-year-old man. The meal packs almost 2500 calories, which is over the daily caloric value for a healthy man. What Trump eats every day also contains 150 grams of fat, which is almost twice as much as the recommended daily fat amount.
Documentarian Morgan Spurlock is an expert on what happens when someone eats too much McDonald’s fast food. In his 2004 film Super Size Me, Spurlock famously ate nothing but McDonald’s for 30 days. During that time he experienced a decline in his physical and mental well-being. The filmmaker had his own thoughts on how Trump eats fast food every day.
Speaking with TMZ, Spurlock stated that he believed Trump eats fast food to “fill a sad hole.” He also predicted, “it’s only a matter of time until his heart explodes… and just like covers us all in freedom.” Spurlock has his own first-hand experience of what eating something similar to a typical Trump meal every day can do to the human body.
“All I know is, when I was on that diet, I was antsy, it made me angry,” said Spurlock of his own experiences with McDonald’s, “my emotions were like a roller coaster. So it could be playing a part.” Although critics of the film argue that Spurlock was not exercising during filming, it is well known that Trump also does not exercise regularly.
According to the book Trump Revealed by Mike Kranish and Marc Fisher, Trump believes humans have a finite amount of energy. Very little is known about Trump’s health as he has never made his medical records public, but if the regular Trump fast-food order is not being offset by physical activity, the President may be unhealthier than people think.
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