'Bigger problem than I do': Trump encourages overweight heckler to exercise

 washingtonexaminer.com  08/16/2019 00:38:56 

 | August 15, 2019 08:38 PM

President Trump attacked a heckler's weight during his Thursday rally in New Hampshire, saying the protester had a "bigger problem" with weight than even he has himself.

"That guy's got a serious weight problem! Go home. Start exercising," Trump said. "Got a bigger problem than I do. Got a bigger problem than all of us."

Trump's jokes about the disruptive man's weight come after his doctor released his measurements earlier this year. At 6 feet, 3 inches tall and 243 pounds, the president falls in the "obese" category. He is known to be an avid fan of McDonald's and Diet Coke.

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