The memoir, "Let Trump be Trump", due to be released on Tuesday, depicts in surreal colors Trump's chaotic presidential campaign, with Lewandowky and the rest of Trump's neophyte political aides present, as reported by The Washington Post.
Now an upcoming book by Trump's former campaign manager Corey Lewandowski and ex-top aide David Bossie, Let Trump Be Trump, reveals just how much fast food the president-to-be ate during his campaign. There are always enough packages of snacks because Trump is known to be a germaphobe and will not eat after anyone else. "When you're running for president, I think you have an obligation to be healthy".
I definitely wouldn't like to be on the receiving end of a Trump rant.
Elsewhere, the book reportedly details Steve Bannon's machinations against Manafort and other rivals on the campaign and enlarges on Trump's reputation as a demanding, micromanaging boss.
"The orchestrating and timing of Mr. Trump's meals was as important as any other aspect of his march to the presidency." the book adds.
"On Trump Force One there were four major food groups: McDonald's, Kentucky Fried Chicken, pizza and Diet Coke", Lewandowski and Bossie write. According to Lewandowski, Trump would shout out for Hicks to grab the steamer, which he apparently called "the machine" and she would then get to work while his clothes were still on him. One McDonald's chow-down involved "two Big Macs, two Fillet-O-Fish, and a chocolate malted".
Both authors said there were times they wanted to parachute off Trump Force One because of the way they were treated.
- Then-campaign spokeswoman Hope Hicks steaming Trump's suit trousers on the plane - while he wore them.
"'Get the machine!'" Trump would yell, according to the book.
They described scenes of Elton John music blaring so loudly on the campaign plane that staffers could not hear themselves think, and press secretary Hope Hicks using a steamer to press Mr Trump's trousers - while he is still wearing them - and Mr Trump screaming at his top aides, who are subjected to expletive-filled tirades in which they get their "face ripped off". "She'd steam the jacket first and then sit in a chair in front of him and steam his paints".