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Trump likes his steaks well-done with ketchup — here's how the other presidents ate theirs

Business Insider Logo By Dennis Green of Business Insider | Slide 1 of 15: <li><strong>President Donald Trump prefers his steaks well-done with ketchup.</strong></li><li><strong>That isn't all that peculiar when compared to the rest of the presidents' steak preferences.</strong></li><p><br> President Donald Trump is frequently criticized for how he likes to eat his steak: <a href="http://www.businessinsider.com/trump-steak-well-done-2017-3?utm_source=msn.com&utm_medium=referral&utm_content=msn-slideshow&utm_campaign=bodyurl">well-done, with ketchup</a>.</p><p> Turns out, that's not that weird. The 45th president is far from being the only commander-in-chief to prefer his steak that way. In fact, presidents' preference for steak has in the past ranged from burnt to a crisp to practically mooing - and everything in between.</p><p> We scoured the internet to find the most reliable documentation of how some of the American presidents have enjoyed their steaks - all the way back to the founding of the country. </p>

  • President Donald Trump prefers his steaks well-done with ketchup.
  • That isn't all that peculiar when compared to the rest of the presidents' steak preferences.

  • President Donald Trump is frequently criticized for how he likes to eat his steak: well-done, with ketchup.

    Turns out, that's not that weird. The 45th president is far from being the only commander-in-chief to prefer his steak that way. In fact, presidents' preference for steak has in the past ranged from burnt to a crisp to practically mooing - and everything in between.

    We scoured the internet to find the most reliable documentation of how some of the American presidents have enjoyed their steaks - all the way back to the founding of the country.

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