Make My Waist Line Great Again: Trump 'Gained Weight as POTUS Because WH Kitchen Worked 24/7'

© AFP 2023 / JEFF GROSSDonald Trump eats a Ben and Jerry's ice cream bar as he watches the Los Angeles Lakers game against the Cleveland Cavaliers
Donald Trump eats a Ben and Jerry's ice cream bar as he watches the Los Angeles Lakers game against the Cleveland Cavaliers  - Sputnik International, 1920, 11.10.2021
Trump has often been criticised by health experts for having a poor diet. The 45th president was often seen treating himself to fast food and, according to media, consumed enormous amounts of fizzy drinks, with one report suggesting that he drank 12 cans of diet coke each day.
Jason Miller, an ex-senior adviser to Donald Trump, has revealed a secret that helped the former president of the United States lose weight. Last month, a photo went viral showing the Republican looking slim, with reports suggesting that he lost 15 pounds (nearly seven kg) since April.

In an interview with GB News, Jason Miller was asked to reveal Trump’s secret. The former adviser said the following:

"He [Trump] said, look, not having the kitchen there 24/7... a little bit of golf and a whole lot of endorsement".

The remark prompted a wave of sarcastic comments on social media.

Many netizens accused Trump of failing to take responsibility for his actions…

Others defended the White House chefs and noted that it was Trump’s love for fast food that led to his weight gain.

Many contended that the weight loss came as a result of depression or illness.

Still others simply joked about the issue.

The former president underwent an annual health examination at the Walter Reed National Military Medical Centre in Maryland in February. The results showed that he was in “very good health overall”, although the politician’s weight had gone up four pounds from 239 in 2020 to 243 (110 kg) this year.
As mentioned earlier, during his presidency health experts voiced concern about the politician’s diet, which often consisted of Big Macs and KFC chicken wings. Ex-White House Doctor Ronny Jackson once claimed that staff had to hide vegetables in POTUS’ food to make it healthier.
Earlier this year, another former adviser told the media that since leaving office, Donald Trump has given up many unhealthy habits.

"He was eating all those M&M's on [Air Force One] all the time. He's a big man with a big frame, and he's lost a lot of weight. I can't tell you how much, but it's a lot. You can see it in his suits", the adviser said, adding that Trump looked happier, healthier and svelte.

Rumours about the former Republican president’s health have been going around for quite some time, and intensified after he contracted the coronavirus. The politician himself has signalled that despite his age, he is willing to continue his career in politics, although he admitted that health issues could prevent him from doing so.
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