The U.S. “Business Insider” website reported on the 11th that Jason Miller, a former adviser to former U.S. President Donald Trump, said Trump has lost weight in recent months, mainly because he no longer has access to the 24-hour White House kitchen.
In an interview with British TV channel GB News, Miller described the former president as “much happier”, “tanned” and “energetic” since he left the White House in January this year. “.
Miller said he recently visited Trump in Florida and also talked about his health. Trump told him that the difference between now and when he became president is “no 24-hour White House kitchen” and “a little bit of golf and a lot of support.
In April, an unnamed adviser to Trump told Business Insider that Trump had lost 15 pounds (6.8 kg) since leaving the White House, while in an interview with GB News, Miller said Trump had lost 20-25 pounds (9-11 kg) since January.
ABC News reported that Trump weighed 244 pounds (about 110 kilograms) at the time of his June 2020 physical examination record, exceeding the obesity range of clinical indicators.
Bill Yosses, who served as White House pastry chef from 2006-2014, said in an interview with The HuffPost last year that his team is always on call. Yosses said: “Theoretically we are working around the clock,” but he also mentioned that no president has asked for a snack in those years.
The newspaper noted that Trump did not talk much about the White House’s 24-hour food service, but he has repeatedly expressed his love for food and candy. An advisor close to Trump told Business Insider that Trump often eats M&M’s when he rides on Air Force One.
Ronny Jackson, a former White House doctor, has also said he tried to hide vegetables in Trump’s food to make him eat healthier.
Trump has expressed his love for fast food such as burgers and fried chicken.