Donald Trump’s former doctor reveals that he hid CAULIFLOWER in the mashed potatoes of the American president
Donald Trump’s former doctor revealed that he was hiding cauliflower in his food in an attempt to help him lose weight.
Dr. Ronny Jackson, who now wants to become a Republican congressman, said he would add the healthy vegetables to the president’s mashed potatoes in the hope that he would pay off 15 pounds.
He also revealed that he was trying to reduce Mr. Trump’s ice cream habit by making the treat ‘less accessible’.
Dr. Jackson told me New York Times that he tried to introduce fitness equipment to the White House for Mr. Trump – who claimed that a round of golf was a workout.
Donald Trump’s former doctor revealed that he was hiding cauliflower in his food in an attempt to help him lose weight
He said: ‘The exercises never got off the ground as well as I would have liked. But we worked on his diet.
“We made the ice less accessible, we put cauliflower in the mashed potatoes.”
The retired naval admiral, 52 years old, who left the White House in December, says his greatest regret is not helping the president lose weight, which is said to be four pounds heavier due to his next physical examination.
Dr. Jackson gave Mr. Trump once made an “excellent” report on his health and said he had “good genes,” even though he admitted that he had to shed some pounds.
Dr. Ronald Jackson speaks at a press conference at the White House in January 2018. He would add healthy vegetables to the president’s mashed potatoes in the hope that he would throw up to 15 pounds
The American president is a famous fast food enthusiast who regularly consumed McDonald’s on the campaign track
Members of the Clemson Tigers football team prepare to dine on fast food served by President Trump
The results were revealed at a television briefing for the press, where Dr. Jackson commented on the health of Mr. Trump who were considered hyperbolic.
He told reporters – amid speculation that Mr. Trump was in mental decline – that he had passed a flagship and cognitive test and had “incredibly good genes” and “if he had had a healthier diet for the past 20 years , he might be 200 years old ‘.
The American president is a famous fast food enthusiast who regularly consumed McDonald’s on the campaign track.
He paid for the Clemson Tigers out of pocket last month to devour fast food when the 2018 college football champions Playoff visited the White House amid partial government closure when serving a large staff-cooked meal was out of the question.
President Trump ordered fast food for the Clemson Tigers during a visit to the White House last month
“We ordered American fast food. Paid for me. Lots of burgers, lots of pizza, I think they want it better than anything we can give, “Trump told reporters in January. “We have very big people who love food, so I think we’ll have a little fun.”
Trump brought McDonald’s Big Macs and Wendy’s and Burger King burgers, along with Domino’s pizza and fries.
‘We have pizzas, we have 300 hamburgers, many, many fries, all our favorite dishes. I want to see what’s here when we leave, because I don’t think it’s going to be much, “he told reporters showing the food at the start of the event.
His choice of fast food for the event was unusual, but it is the president’s favorite. The New York Times even once called him the fast food president.
Former campaign manager Trump Corey Lewandowski and deputy campaign manager David Bossie described a typical campaign meal that Trump would order from McDonald’s in their book about the campaign.
“On Trump Force One there were four major food groups: McDonald’s, Kentucky Fried Chicken, pizza and diet coke,” they wrote.
They recalled that Trump would regularly have “two Big Macs, two Filet-O-Fish and a chocolate malt” shake.
In May 2015, during the campaign, the president told DailyMail.com that he ate fast food because “it’s fast,” as his former campaign leader later wrote.