Donald Trump and Rudy Giuliani's Tips For Getting Your Ultimate Summer Body 


It’s almost June, and we all know what that means—beach weather! Naturally, the president is interested in achieving his ultimate summer body, and is reportedly embarking on an ambitious diet and exercise plan. Specifically, he is eating fish instead of steak, using half a bun instead of two buns, and golfing more.

CNN reports on his exercise goals:

But they haven’t identified a discernible exercise routine beyond the weekend rounds of golf the President enjoys with the help of a cart. Trump himself has continued to downplay the importance of exercise, even questioning whether it presents more risk than reward.
When Ivanka Trump was questioned about Trump’s fitness routine during a briefing call on Tuesday, a White House press aide told reporters she’d left for another meeting.

And his diet progress:

One swap repeat diners at the White House have noticed: Dover sole has replaced well-done steak, which Trump famously slathers with ketchup as his favorite meal.
Earlier this year, a registered dietitian was dispatched from the Walter Reed National Military Medical Center to consult with White House kitchen staff on reducing calories and fat in Trump’s meals, according to a person familiar with the matter. Vegetables have begun appearing on his plate, though it’s not clear how much of them he is eating.

He is eating burgers with half a bun now, also, CNN reports. “I do that, too, sometimes,” Rudy Giuliani told The Washington Post. “It’s a good way to do it.” Well, there you have it, folks—some excellent wellness tips from your favorite elderly trashbags.

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