Trump Campaign Donates Meals to Hospitals Amidst CCP Virus Pandemic

By Paula Liu
Paula Liu
Paula Liu
April 4, 2020Updated: April 4, 2020

The Trump campaign has been anonymously donating food to hospitals across the country to feed doctors, nurses, and first responders who are fighting against the CCP Virus, according to an exclusive from Fox News.

As indicated, since March 26, members of President Trump’s reelection campaign have been calling various local restaurants placing large food orders for delivery to hospitals in New York, New Jersey, Washington State, as well as Michigan—all anonymously.

This wasn’t discovered until after a source confirmed it with Fox News.

“They’re doing it as a donor who cares. So nothing is tied to it … We’re just trying to, you know, show a thank you,” the source said.

According to the source, the campaign started ordering and donating the meals to medical staff to support both the medical officials fighting on the front lines against the CCP (Chinese Communist Party) virus, commonly known as novel coronavirus, but also to support the local restaurants. They have spent over tens of thousands of dollars on the effort so far.

Fox News reported that the campaign plans to expand the effort in the next upcoming weeks.

One of the restaurants that received a particularly large order was Giovanni’s Italian Deli in Secaucus, New Jersey, for delivery to the Hudson Regional Hospital, the news outlet reported.

The employee of Giovanni’s Italian Deli told Fox News that when the order was called in, the caller asked for the meals to be donated to the doctors and nurses. The anonymous caller, whom the employee said left only a first name, put in an order for various items, such as 40 platters of pasta, salads, and sandwiches.

Similarly, an individual also called Antonio’s Trattoria, a restaurant in the Bronx in New York, and put in 100 individual orders to be delivered to the Lincoln Hospital in the Bronx area.

“It was 20 penne vodkas, 20 pastas with tomato sauce, 30 chicken parmesan, and 30 house salads with grilled chicken,” the manager at the Antonio’s Trattoria told Fox News in an interview. According to the manager, the individual only provided his first name and said he wanted to remain anonymous.

The source also said that the campaign also put in orders from other restaurants such as Nick’s Grill in Kirkland, Washington, Chit Chat Diner in Morristown, New Jersey, and Turning Point in Long Branch, New Jersey, among other restaurants in the areas stated above.

Chit Chat Diner posted to their Instagram regarding the large order of food for delivery to the medical staff at Hackensack Hospital in Morristown, New Jersey, and wrote, “An anonymous donation providing lunch to some hardworking staff at Hackensack Hospital this afternoon. We are so grateful.”

From NTD News