Trump Aide Says Former President Lost Weight Because he No Longer Has 24 Hour White House Kitchen
Dr. Ronny Jackson, now a Texas congressman, was once the White House physician. And Dr. Jackson raised a number of eyebrows in January of 2018 when he gushed about the health of Donald Trump. Despite the fact that Trump is morbidly obese and takes blood pressure medicine, Jackson focused on his “incredibly good genes.”
It is well known that the former president loves Diet Coke, McDonald’s Fish Filet sandwiches and well done steaks with Ketchup. When the champion Clemson Tigers football team visited the White House, Trump famously served them an assortment of fast food rather than the traditional banquet dinner.
Since he’s been out of the White House, though, the former president has lost between 15-20 pounds. Aide Jason Miller attributes the weight loss to Trump no longer having access to a 24 hour kitchen.
After saying that Trump is happier, tanned and rested, Miller was asked by host Mark Dolan how Trump lost weight. He answered, “I asked him that question. He said, ‘look, not having the kitchen there 24-7.’ The secret is a little bit of golf and a whole lot of endorsements.”
'Not having the kitchen there 24/7… little bit of golf and a whole lot of endorsement.'
Jason Miller, former adviser to Donald Trump, tells Mark Dolan how the former President has lost weight since leaving office. pic.twitter.com/pGep8wLXpB
— GB News (@GBNEWS) October 10, 2021