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DoorDash Political Menu

Melanie Wong | Oct 10, 201601:40 AM    

"...By sourcing the foods and meals that each candidate has called his or her respective favorite, DoorDash created a “political menu” that pits not man against woman, but burger against meatloaf.

At breakfast, you’ll have to choose between Trump’s bacon and eggs or Clinton’s well-done scrambled eggs. For lunch, would you rather partake in Clinton’s soy burger, or Trump’s family favorite meatloaf? To end your day, you can either have a well-done steak a la Trump, or a cod biryani from Clinton. . ."

If your stomach voted this November, would it vote for Donald Trump or Hillary Clinton?

DoorDash crunched delivery data on the alleged food favorites of Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton to determine who would win if we voted with our stomachs...

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