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Americans Mocked President Trump for Having Hamburger in Japan, But the People There Responded Differently

President Trump and Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe sat down at the Kasumigaseki Country Club in Japan and talked business over hamburgers.

The social media was quick to judge President Trump for being miles away in a different culture and still choosing to eat some American food and compared him with former President Obama’s visit when he ate in one of the best sushi restaurants.

The Daily Mail reported, that the burgers were prepared by chef and owner of the restaurant Munch’s Burger Shack, Yutaka Yanagisawa.

President Trump said that the Colby jack cheeseburger was “very good” and it appears that he isn’t the only one loving the food there.

The location sold 21 different kinds of burgers by 2:30 p.m. the next day and customers were waiting long lines to get one.

トランプ効果? #朝から晩まで #行列 #待ち1時間… #それは無理

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Munch’s addressed the increase of customers on Facebook and he said it was “honor” serving President Trump. The statement apologized for any inconvenience the restaurant has caused is regular customers but also urged the customers to continue visiting the venue.

An Instagram photo from the restaurant shows an option called the “President Trump Set,” that contains a Colby jack cheeseburger, french fries, and coleslaw.

The teppanyaki chain Ginza Ukai Tei also benefited from hosting President Trump and Abe, its shares increased by 7 percent after they’ve dined there.

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