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Donald Trump Told Chris Christie To Eat Meatloaf, And Everyone Thinks It's Hilarious

Huffington Post Friday, 17 February 2017
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie (R) was trending on Twitter late Thursday, but probably not for the reasons he wanted. 

It was because President Donald Trump told him to eat meatloaf during a White House lunch on Tuesday.

On the “Boomer and Carton” sports radio show, Christie said he had been invited to Washington...
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New Jersey Governor Chris Christie and his wife visited the White House on Tuesday to have lunch with President Donald Trump. Christie revealed later on in an interview on a New York sports talk radio show said that Trump wanted him and Christie to have meatloaf. Christie stated, “This is what...

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