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Trump’s Ex-Bodyguard Says He Owes Him $130 For McDonald’s

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During an interview with the Daily Mail, Donald Trump’s former bodyguard revealed how the job ruined his life – and said the former President still owes him over $100 for cheeseburgers he bought for the McDonald’s loving billionaire.

Kevin McKay, who worked for The Donald in Scotland until 2012, claims that after five years of putting up with his rants, arguments and temper tantrums, he is still out of pocket now.

McKay told the Daily Mail that Trump actually owes him money for his Big Mac habit… $130, to be precise.

But, among the many revelations of witnessing tantrums and heated arguments with wife, Melania.

McKay told the news outlet how he witnessed Trump snap at wife Melania and intimidate landowners in Scotland.

“Second time we met he said, ‘I want you to give these m********* a hard time,'” Kevin said of Trump.

“He would tell us to flash our lights and press the horns on our cars right through the night just to get at one person,” he added, “It was because they wouldn’t sell to him but that’s their prerogative and I didn’t want to get involved. I told him: ‘No, we are not going to do that.'”

“There was one time I was driving Mr. Trump across the estate when he pulled over and pointed at a property owned by a local man. He told the contractor building the course, ‘I don’t like the look of that m********** house. I’ll give you £10,000 extra in your pocket to build trees all around that house,'” Kevin told the Daily Mail.

“They put the trees up shortly afterward and I heard through the grapevine that he had the cheek to hand the guy the bill for them. That’s the sort of man he is.”

But the arguably most groundbreaking bombshell was that he had laid out the cost of a huge McDonald’s haul in 2008, and is yet to receive the money back.

“We were driving from Mr. Trump’s estate [in Scotland] and just as we got to the Bridge of Don, he asked to stop at McDonald’s so he could buy food for the flight back to New York,” McKay explained. “We were in a convoy of six blacked-out Range Rovers with about fifteen men in suits inside, so there must have been some shocked expressions as we pulled up in the carpark.”

When it turned out that Trump had no legal currency on his person, he asked McKay if he could “front [him] the cash,” to which McKay obliged.

“I said, ‘Sure’ and took everyone’s order – about twenty cheeseburgers and fries with around ten or fifteen Coca Colas.”

“I think Mr. Trump ordered 2 cheeseburgers with fries and a Diet Coke – that was his usual order and he always wanted McDonald’s to take with him on the private jet. It cost me about £95 ($131.48) in total and Mr. Trump told me, ‘you’ll get it back.'”

“I never heard about it again after that. I should have asked him for the money, but I brushed it under the carpet.”

“For much of the time I was working for him, I kept thinking he would say, ”Kevin, here’s that money I owe you,” but it didn’t happen.”

McKay believes that this example shows Trump’s true colors.

“I thought he was an okay guy when I first started working for him but I guess that as we have all come to see, he is not a man of his word.”

Of course, Trump is yet to address the allegations.