Bedminster, NJ (eTruePolitics) – After an early-bird supper at his Bedminster golf course current president Donald Trump sprained his right temporomandibular joint late Friday afternoon while aggressively chewing a large slice of red velvet cake, eTruePolitics has learned.
The jaw injury reportedly occurred only moments after the 72-year-old’s dinner plate was removed.
“I’ve never seen a grown man cry that hard,” said a WH staffer who requested anonymity because he feared for his life.
It’s an open secret to the media covering Trump that he is obsessed with dessert, especially red velvet cake.
“The slices are huge. And it’s like he’s attacking, not eating. It’s pretty gross,” one journalist told eTruePolitics.
Trump press secretary Sarah Sanders, jumped aggressively to the plump president’s defense.
“Mr. Trump has no problem whatsoever controlling any of his appetites,” said Sanders.
“For example, he has never once touched any of my private parts.”
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