Donald Trump Stopped Into Chick-Fil-A In Atlanta, Ordered “30 Milkshakes And Some Chicken”

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Say what you want about former President Donald Trump, but the man knows how to work a crowd.

Trump also knows how to work a menu at a fast food restaurant. That was made evident when he served fast food to winning sports teams during their White House visit, and continues to hold true with a recent surprise visit to a Chick-fil-A in Atlanta, Georgia.

The 45th President walked into the fast food chicken restaurant and greeted everyone he ran into before getting to the front to order. Thankfully, he wasn’t just ordering for himself when he put in the large request with those standing at the register:

“Can I have 30 milkshakes and also some chicken? We’re going to take care of the customers.”

How do you ring up “some chicken” in the register? I’m sure they figured it out.

After Trump gave his order, he politely made some small talk with some of the Chick-fil-A employees. I imagine the topic he chose to ask them about is the only way Donald makes small talk with people out in the world:

“Is business good? You making a lot of money? You all are getting rich, right?”

Once he got through the line (which looked like it was cleared out for him, probably for safety reasons), Trump made his way over to the seating area of the Chick-fil-A. It was on his way over there that he referred to the fast food’s main product as “the Lord’s chicken,” which I guess is somewhat true since Chick-fil-A is closed on Sundays.

The former President made his way over to a group of fast food consumers and hyped them up with a couple of simple sentences:

“Get ready for some milkshakes! We’ve got plenty of them.”

Some real boots-on-the-ground campaigning from Trump right there. Believe it or not, he and President Joe Biden will be facing off in the 2024 Presidential Election… unless one man who changed his name to Literally Anybody Else has something to say about it.

A beer bottle on a dock



A beer bottle on a dock