Trump Tells Piers Morgan He is ‘A Stable Genius’ Who Actually Eats ‘Healthy Food’


In an interview with the UK based ITV, President Donald Trump reaffirmed the claim that he is a “stable genius” and also suggested that, despite contrary reports, he actually eats “healthy food.”

“I am a stable genius,” said Trump to controversial British pundit Piers Morgan.

Of course, this latest quote from Trump is a double-down on his widespread tweets from earlier this month, as he referred to himself as “like, really smart” and said he is “a very stable genius.”

The president was inspired to post the tweets as a response to reports that his mental health was deteriorating. These claims were made popular after the release of Michael Wolff’s White House tell-all in which he suggested Trump was mentally unfit to serve in office.

Wolff’s book also detailed the president’s diet, claiming he regularly ate massive amounts of McDonald’s, KFC, and other greasy, chemical filled foods. Trump told Morgan that this was untrue, saying, “I eat fine food, really from some of the finest chefs in the world, I eat healthy food, I also have some of that food on occasion… I think I eat actually quite well.”

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