Newton Dunn became fascinated by the little red button when he interviewed Donald Trump with a colleague in 2019. He jokingly asked Trump if it was the atomic button. “No, no, everyone thinks so,” Trump said, pushing the button. The reporters looked at each other with raised eyebrows, waiting for what was to come. “Everyone gets a little nervous when I press on it,” Trump said. Then a butler served a glass of iced Coke in the Oval Office.
After Biden was sworn in as President of the United States on Wednesday, he soon after signed numerous executive orders overturning the decisions of his predecessor. He announced the return of the United States to the Paris climate summit and ended Trump’s plan to separate from the World Health Organization (WHO). And so he took that button off the desktop. This is evident from the president’s first press photos, which show he works behind the desk, without Trump’s cola box.
Of New York Times says the businessman easily consumes 12 cans of Coca Light per day. A few years ago he himself wrote on Twitter: “I have never seen a skinny person drink diet Coke”.
According to the new president’s caterer, Biden loves Coca-Cola Zero more.
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