Being the president of the United States of America is - hands down - the toughest job on the planet, which is why we accept that the leader of the free world will probably treat himself to some junk food once in a while. Ronald Reagan famously loved jelly beans, and Lyndon Johnson was so obsessed with Fresca he had a soda fountain installed in the Oval Office. But, less than a year into President Trump's first term, nutritionists say his unusual diet is putting our leader at risk.
Already, the Washington Times has said the president is setting a bad example with his unhealthy eating habits. Even the Pope joked that the First Lady was feeding Trump too much potica, a popular Slovenian dessert.
In case you're not familiar with our leader's now-famous eating habits, here's a day in the life of the president's meals:
Breakfast: Trump normally skips this meal altogether (he says he's "big on dinner"), but if he does eat something he'll pick bacon and eggs or cornflakes.
Lunch: Meatloaf sandwiches are one of the president's favorite meals, but he also loves fast food - which he thinks is "cleaner" than most food. Some of the president's go-to meals include the Filet-o-Fish, Big Mac, and the Quarter Pounder, always paired with a diet soda.
Dinner: Trump enjoys steaks served very well-done, with french fries and lots of ketchup. He takes his salad with sugary Thousand Island dressing ends with 2 scoops of ice cream and a slice of pie for dessert.
That all sounds tasty, but health experts are warning that if the president doesn't change his diet it could seriously impact his health.
See how Trump's health stacks up to past presidents on the next page!