Japan might be constantly labeled as one of the nicest cities on the planet for food, however that has not been a reason enough for President Donald Trump to stray away from his standard American diet.
It is safe to say that no ramen, sushi or tempura were spotted on on President Trump’s plate at a nice lunch with Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe on Sunday.
The real estate mogul opted for having a hamburger that was made out of American beef at the time of his first trip to Japan as President. Mr Trump decided to have his burger well-done.
“I welcome President Donald J Trump most wholeheartedly on his visit to Japan! We’re getting down to business right away over hamburgers for our working lunch,” stated a message on the Facebook feed of the Japanese prime minister’s office.
President Trump enjoyed a game of golf with Mr Abe at the Kasumigaseki Country Club – accompanied by professional golfer Hideki Matsuyama – on his initial day in the country.
As seen in an excerpt from the book Lost Tycoon: The Many Lives of Donald J Trump, at the time of a trip to Japan way back in 1990 Mr Trump stated he would not eat “f***ing raw fish” and rather than that opted for a hamburger at McDonald’s which made him vividly happier.
President Trump’s soft side for burgers and well-done steak has been a famous and evidenced thing as he has decided to satisfy his carnivore tastes on numerous social media feeds. This has incorporated eating a bucket of Kentucky Fried Chicken while browsing The Wall Street Journal and indulging in a McDonald’s burger and fries to mark the win of the Republican presidential nomination.
Mr Trump additionally said something wonderful about McDonald at a CNN town-hall-style meeting back in February this previous year: “The Big Macs are great. The Quarter Pounder. It’s great stuff.”
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