- A former chef who worked at Donald Trump’s Washington, D.C., hotel revealed this week that Trump once got very jealous when he believed a dinner guest had been served a larger steak than the one he received.
- In an interview with Washingtonian, former BLT Prime executive chef Bill Williamson said the former president once complained after he saw his dining companion get what he believed to be a larger steak. “It was the same steak,” Williamson told Washingtonian. “Both well done. Maybe it was a half ounce bigger or something, I don’t know.”
- The revelation about Trump’s love of giant steaks wasn’t the only culinary-related Trump scoop to break on Friday, as the Washingtonian also reported that the D.C. hotel had a detailed seven-step procedure for pouring the former president a Diet Coke.
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