Blasting Elton John full volume and eating three McDonald's meals a day while Hope Hicks steams his pants: Former aides detail Donald Trump's wild election campaign in tell-all book
- Former Trump campaign staffers Corey Lewandowski and David Bossie have written a book about the campaign called 'Let Trump Be Trump'
- The book reveals bizarre details from the campaign including further information about Trump's love of fast food
- Also reveals how Hope Hicks would steam his suit and pants while he wore them
- It also promises multiple expletive-filled tirades Trump lodged at subordinates
- The book will be released on Tuesday?
A tell-all book written by two former aides to Donald Trump's election campaign reveals some of its salacious details.
The book, 'Let Trump Be Trump' was written by Corey Lewandowski and David Bossie and has been seen by The Washington Post?in advance of its Tuesday release.
It apparently details how Elton John music would be played so loudly on Trump's campaign plane that staffers had trouble thinking.
Corey Lewandowski (left) and David Bossie (right) have written a book about Donald Trump's presidential campaign called 'Let Trump Be Trump'
One detail revealed in the book is that Hope Hicks, the current White House Communications Director, would steam Trump's suits and pants while he was wearing them
The book also details Trump's penchant for fast food and how timing his fast-food orders, generally from McDonald's, was a complex process.
An excerpt reads: 'On Trump Force One there were four major food groups: McDonald’s, Kentucky Fried Chicken, pizza and Diet Coke.'
Also on board Trump's campaign plane were stockpiles of Vienna Fingers, potato chips, pretzels and Oreos.
The authors state that for dinner, Trump often had 'two big Macs, two fillet-O-Fish, and a chocolate malted'.
Trump would also apparently play Elton John music loudly on his campaign's plane (pictured having arrived at Dubuque, Iowa in January 2016)
Trump's love of fast food also receives ample space in the book. The authors write:?'On Trump Force One there were four major food groups: McDonald’s, Kentucky Fried Chicken, pizza and Diet Coke.' Pictured is a Big Mac from McDonald's
Another bizarre detail from the book describes how Hope Hicks, now the White House Communications Director, was tasked with steaming Trump's suit and pants - while he was wearing them.
The book will be released on Tuesday and was seen by the Washington Post in advance
Apparently, she once forgot her steaming machine, which prompted Trump to berate her.
'G*dammit, Hope! How the hell could you forget the machine?'
Other fascinating passages detail Trump's other expletive-filled tirades against subordinates who have displeased him.
One, Lewandowski recalls, was directed at Paul Manafort after the former campaign manager said that Trump should not appear on television anymore.
Trump apparently called Manafort from a helicopter to scream: 'I’ll go on TV anytime I G*damn f***ing want and you won’t say another f***ing word about me.'
Trump apparently added: 'I’m a pro at life. I’ve been around a time or two. I know guys like you, with your hair and skin.'
The book chronicles Trump's entire campaign cycle and will be released on Tuesday.?
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