President Trump’s team was busy, Wednesday, preparing for a diner that would be held at the White House in honor of the Muslim holy month of Ramadan. The chefs were busy preparing food for the 30-40 guests that were expected to attend. Now it seems that the preparations for the celebration are going viral.

“Wall Street Journal reporter Vivian Salama on Wednesday live-tweeted an event at the White House celebrating the Muslim holiday of Ramadan — and one tweet in particular took the internet by storm,” Market Watch writes.

The responses to that tweet are reacting to the surprising size of one chef.

Chef Hulk is a fitting name.

“Whoa, that one dude needs an action movie or something. I’m guessing Trump won’t complain about the food tonight.”

“The Department of Offence would like to take a moment to pay homage to our expertly hidden security officer at the White House. Special Operative C. Rush even came up with his own code name such that nobody will ever detect him; Chef Rush.”

Many of the responses point toward the absurd image of the man in the role of a White House chef, but he’s the real deal.

The ripped man preparing the White House iftar dinner is retired Army Master Sergeant Andre Rush.  He is “a master chef trained in classical plating, baking, cake decoration and a master ice carver,” Salama writes.

Before he retired from the Army, Rush was known as the “Strongest Chef In the Army.”

Source: The Tribunist

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