Trump Sometimes Sends Bodyguard To McDonald’s Because White House Chefs Don’t Get Burgers Right

Politico reports:

When senior White House officials wanted to know what mood the president was in before a meeting, they used to look for guidance from Keith Schiller, a man with a hangdog face who sat in a small, shared office off the Oval.

When friends and advisers outside the West Wing wanted to share a news article, gossip or advice with President Donald Trump, they would be advised to “send it to Keith, he’ll get it to me.” After Trump decided to fire FBI director James Comey, it was Schiller who was tasked with hand-delivering the letter.

And when the White House kitchen staff couldn’t match the satisfaction of a quarter-pounder with cheese (no pickles, extra ketchup) and a fried apple pie, it was Schiller, bodyguard and Trump whisperer, who would head down New York Avenue to McDonald’s on a stealth fast food run.

Schiller is testifying before the House Intelligence Committee today.