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There’s something to be said about well-done steak dipped in ketchup. When I was six or seven years old, it was the only way I would eat steak, much to the dismay of my medium-rare father.

Fortunately, I grew out of this affliction. Our president has not. And according to the forthcoming book, “Let Trump Be Trump,” that is the least revolting thing about his eating habits.

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Don’t get me wrong, we at The Takeout appreciate a Big Mac (or a Wendy’s Giant Junior Bacon Cheeseburger) once in awhile. But the book, co-written by fired Trump campaign manager Corey Lewandowski and ex-Trump staffer David Bossie, outlines a diet that turns even my McNugget-loving stomach.

The Washington Post got a first look at the book, and shared some fun facts. And by “fun” I mean “gross and horrible.” Here are some outtakes, and other things we dug up about Trump’s diet:

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  • Trump’s McDonald’s order typically consisted of “two Big Macs, two Fillet-O-Fish, and a chocolate malted.” Don’t worry, The Atlantic tallied the calories for us: 2,400.
  • “On Trump Force One there were four major food groups: McDonald’s, Kentucky Fried Chicken, pizza and Diet Coke.”
  • Trump staffers went to great lengths to get him his fast food as quickly as possible, because if it wasn’t hot there’d be hell to pay.

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  • He once abandoned an aide at a McDonald’s because his staffer’s order was taking too long. What a nice guy!
  • Trump’s plane was stocked with “many packages” of Oreos because once one was open, he refused to eat from it again.
  • Politico reported that during the campaign, staffers would rush to get Trump Egg McMuffins in the morning or two quarter-pounders with fries later in the day.

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I suppose it doesn’t matter that Trump is on a high-speed train to Heartattackville. His tax plan is expected to save his family more than $1 billion—you can probably buy a new heart from some poor piece of shit who spends all their money on booze, women and movies for a couple million, right?