A recent health check on Donald Trump revealed that he had gained a few pounds, which came as a disappointment to his former doctor, Ronny Jackson, who had planned to help the President lose about a stone.
In an interview with The New York Times, Jackson revealed some of his tactics.
“We were making the ice cream less accessible, we were putting cauliflower into the mashed potatoes.”
Political news source, The Hill, focused on one aspect.
— The Hill (@thehill) February 25, 2020
Twitter couldn’t resist the opportunity to weigh in on the diet.
The only difference between Trump and an actual toddler is you’re obliged to say “here comes airforce one, Mr President” when you’re aeroplaning fruit into what he calls a mouth https://t.co/oE9gvzS0lV
— James Felton (@JimMFelton) February 25, 2020
Who could’ve guessed the online bully with a grade school vocabulary who’s jealous of a teenage girl who made the cover of Time magazine instead of him wouldn’t eat his vegetables unless they were hidden in his mashed potatoes?#KnowYourDeplorables https://t.co/J3hON7EA67
— KNOW YOUR DEPLORABLES! (@KnowDeplorables) February 25, 2020
This is totally what you do with normal functional adults. https://t.co/fmkuYsSnNC
— Andrew Wortman (@AmoneyResists) February 25, 2020
So he can’t be trusted to eat a healthy diet but let’s trust him with the nuclear codes??
— Dawn White (@DawnWhi35516140) February 25, 2020
good now hide some human rights in the texts of bills he signs https://t.co/k2dbwjQWmq
— Your Best Friend (@SortaBad) February 25, 2020
Actor, George Takei had a much simpler reaction.
Oh, FFS. https://t.co/NLGGCm8Ny2
— George Takei (@GeorgeTakei) February 25, 2020