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    Apart from his over-done steak smothered with ketchup, Trump's favorite meal is a cheeseburger from McDonald's. As a result, it was right in character for him to serve National Champion Clemson food from McDonald's in an elegant room in the White House.

    To the president’s fans, it was an example of Trump’s resourcefulness, his relatability, his rule-breaking moxie. He had ordered the McDonald’s — there was Wendy’s, Burger King and Domino’s, too — because the government shutdown had furloughed White House staff who would have otherwise prepared a meal, he said.

    The tab for the feast was $2911.44

    But for those who dislike the president, the image of him and his 300 hamburgers was something altogether different. It was chintzy, boorish, brazen. It was an example of him trying to get sympathy for the shutdown when he was the one who had triggered it.

    https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/voraciously/wp/2019/01/15/what-it-means-that-trump-served-big-macs-in-the-state-dining-room/?utm_term=.186f1c97fefd

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    that guy in AZ Wrote:

    Apart from his over-done steak smothered with ketchup, Trump's favorite meal is a cheeseburger from McDonald's. As a result, it was right in character for him to serve National Champion Clemson food from McDonald's in an elegant room in the White House.

    To the president’s fans, it was an example of Trump’s resourcefulness, his relatability, his rule-breaking moxie. He had ordered the McDonald’s — there was Wendy’s, Burger King and Domino’s, too — because the government shutdown had furloughed White House staff who would have otherwise prepared a meal, he said.

    The tab for the feast was $2911.44

    But for those who dislike the president, the image of him and his 300 hamburgers was something altogether different. It was chintzy, boorish, brazen. It was an example of him trying to get sympathy for the shutdown when he was the one who had triggered it.

    https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/voraciously/wp/2019/01/15/what-it-means-that-trump-served-big-macs-in-the-state-dining-room/?utm_term=.186f1c97fefd

    And you think that this country is "normal"? As I've said many times it is and has become an "banana republic" with oligargs and fascists. Does n't the 25th Amendment apply ?
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    In an country without "rules" then you end up with the national "pride" eating "hamburgers". It shows how low you can go as an President. Just like throwing "towels" at homeless people in Puerto Rico. His "standards" are indeed derived from the "mob" in NY. No "class" or "manners" whatsoever; just about "strolling" over the British "Queen", elbowing himself forward in Brussels as an US "redneck" ; having no respect or decency for others; he's the "only" one who counts attitude, then forget this country on the world stage. On top of that if people who he surrounds himself with like Bolton an Pompeo who also have no manners, then indeed you end up on the same level as the Congo. In the European media they already laugh at this backwards country.
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    More proof that Baron trump writes his father's tweets:

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    Trump has multiple gold plated accessories in his private quarters. He is a cheap self centered narcisstic hypocrite.
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    here's the official tweet from Burger King:

    "due to a large order placed yesterday, we're all out of hamberders. just serving hamburgers today."

    here's "the rest of the story":

    Image result for berder king

    https://www.dailykos.com/stories/2019/1/15/1826586/-Burger-King-trolls-Trump-wins-the-internet?detail=emaildkre

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    I like this one: