My descent into carbonated hell began just before 11 a. Deprived of a soda-summoning Oval Office button like the one Trump reportedly has, I had to fetch it myself. Kirsten Gillibrand D-N. Around , midway through my second zero-cal beverage, my roommate stopped by the apartment to grab a forgotten item. With my third can, I felt a twinge of headache. On my fourth, around p. I inhaled a hard-earned, calorie Big Mac around p. As I already felt an unsettling mix of jittery and bloated, I opted to go easy on the fast food — but at least left on the bun, which Lewandowski claims Trump abstained from.
This weekend, when the New York Times ran a profile paywall about the daily life of Donald Trump, we learned that the US president drinks not one or two, but 12—or more! Journalists, social media users, and citizens of the world at large are in a tizzy. Others rebuked the president for indulging in junk food, over-caffeinating, or seeming to lack any interest in self-preservation. Those are valid criticisms, and there are a few minor downsides to drinking 12 cans of Diet Coke a day. But consider the myriad of benefits. Diet Coke is sweet, but not sugary, and contains zero calories. And a regular-size single can of Diet Coke contains about 40 mg of caffeine—less than half the amount of a cup of black coffee. Then there are its merits in filling an existential void.
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Story highlights Drinking artificially sweetened beverages is associated with a higher risk of stroke and dementia Diet soda may also increase risk of type 2 diabetes. Examining Trump’s health report. This isn’t the first time the media has referenced Trump’s Diet Coke-acquiring button. Ed Cumming. By Jamie Ducharme. But I don’t get to watch much television, primarily because of documents.