A former aide to Donald Trump has revealed the former president’s weight loss secret, and apparently doesn’t have a 24/7 kitchen available to him.
Jason Miller, a former adviser to Mr. Trump, said in an interview on Sunday that the former president is “very happy. He is tan. He has been rested,” when asked how Mr. Trump has been doing since he was out of office. Were were
Mr Miller said he asked Mr Trump how he lost the weight and his response was: “Not having a kitchen 24/7 … a little golf and a lot of support.”
In February 2019, the then president’s physical examination revealed that Mr Trump weighed 110 kg (243 lb). His weight had increased by four pounds compared to the previous year.
He conducted the annual physical fitness test on February 8 at the Walter Reed National Military Medical Center, under the supervision of President Dr. Sean Connelly’s physician.
According to the results, the president was in “overall very good health”, but had gained four pounds.
In April this year, one of the former president’s advisers said business Insider That Mr Trump has “lost 15 pounds since leaving the White House.
Another adviser said that “the former president appears happy, healthy and even broad-spoken since leaving Washington in January under the cloud of a second impeachment trial.” She said: “He was eating all those M&Ms” [Air Force One] all the time.”
Former White House doctor Ronnie Jackson once claimed that staff had to hide vegetables in their meals.
Mr Trump’s diet is known to include Big Macs, Meatloaf and KFC.
Apparently he had a button on his desk in the White House and every time he wanted a Diet Coke, he would push it.
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