Tiffany Trump: POTUS 'Wishes' He Could Eat Mickey D's In Bed Every Night

Michael Wolff’s new book - ‘Fire and Fury: Inside the Trump White House’ - is chock full of salacious claims about the commander-in-chief. The author was given extensive access to the White House for incredibly unclear reasons, and he walked out with enough tidbits to paint a picture of an administration that’s in complete disarray.

A number of folks on the White House staff apparently spilled their guts to Wolff about all kinds of things, and the overwhelming majority of them didn’t have high praise for the commander-in-chief.

The White House has repeatedly thrown shade on the book while dubbing it as a piece of fiction, and there have been tough questions leveled at Wolff over the validity of some of his claims. In any event, the book certainly got people talking, as there were all kinds of unusual tidbits thrown in.

For example, Wolff essentially confirmed the president’s healthy appetite for fast food. There have long been rumors that Trump was a big connoisseur of fare from establishments such as McDonald’s, and Wolff’s claims have helped to drive that narrative home.

As the Daily Mail shares, an enterprising reporter recently caught up with Tiffany Trump out in Los Angeles, and that led to a rather interesting exchange over her father’s dining habits.

“I don't know if you've read Fire and Fury, but it mentions your dad and McDonald's…” the TMZ staffer asked.

“That's what he does, he loves McDonald's!” she replied.

The reporter decided to dig a little deeper to get to the heart of the matter that is undoubtedly at the top of the minds of the average American voter: Does Trump eat McDonald’s in bed every night?

“He wishes,” Tiffany replied.

So there you have it. Her father, the 45th President of the United States, does, in fact, love McDonald’s.

In fact, Trump himself provided some clarity on why that’s the case during an interview with CNN back in 2016.

“I'm a very clean person. I like cleanliness, and I think you're better off going there than maybe someplace that you have no idea where the food's coming from,” he explained.

“It's a certain standard.”

Wolff’s book has flown off of the shelves in the early going, and it’ll be interesting to see exactly how long that will be the case. While it’s chock full of gossip-type stories that Trump detractors are absolutely enthralled with, there simply has to be more substance there for it to have any real staying power.

At the moment, the book has gained notoriety for a bunch of ‘he said, she said’ type stuff, and Wolff has noticeably struggled to defend his work in a number of high-profile interviews.

So is there anything to see here or is this just the work of an author with a creative imagination? We can’t say for certain one way or the other, but the fact that other members of the journalistic community are throwing shade on the book itself provides a bit of a clue.

Eventually, the gossip storm that has descended upon the White House will pass, and we’ll have to wait and see if any of Wolff’s claims hold any kind of water down the road. In the meantime, we’ll hold out hope that the president’s predilection for McDonald’s will stop being treated as a news item of earth-shattering significance.

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