After four years of having to look at Trump’s orange glow, rumors have it that the former president is undergoing a complete makeover.
Reportedly Trump has been focused on something he never really practiced before, self-care. The changes are said to be in preparation for Trump’s next political run.
So, what changes has Trump made since exiting the White House on January 20?
Trump is reportedly dieting and has lost around 15 pounds. Weight loss comes as a shock as Trump’s love of fast food is well known. Trump has also given up his infamous orange spray tan. So why is Trump making such drastic changes??? Read on…
According to Business Insider, a Trump advisor who spoke under the condition of anonymity stated that “[Trump]…looked healthier and in better physical condition than I had seen him in a long time.” That same source chalked it up to a lack of immediate access to less-than-healthy food, which makes sense, as a second advisor noted how Trump would eat “all those M&M’s on Air Force One all the time.”
People around Trump say he has been playing even more golf than he did when he was president and has ditched some of his bad habits.
One Trump pal told Insider, “He’s a big man with a big frame, and he’s lost a lot of weight. I can’t tell you how much, but it’s a lot. You can see it in his suits.”
When Trump had his final White House physical, he reportedly weighed 244 pounds and aides say he is now down to 229.
The first source, however, believes that “the secret to his success is a little bit of golf and a whole lot of endorsements.”
Whatever the political consequences, losing the presidency has, according to advisors close to the former president, greatly affected his health and mental state.
While Joe Biden was sworn in as president, Trump decamped to his Mar-a-Lago resort in Palm Beach. Mar-a-Lago regulars say Trump has even let his hair go gray.
“The president is feeling great, Mar-a-Lago guests frequently comment about how good he’s looking over these last couple of months, and he feels great as well,” another associate told Insider. “I think there’s something to be said about no longer having the weight of the free world on your shoulders.”