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President Trump opted for a regular American burger instead of experimenting with Japanese fare on his first official visit to Asia.

The president sat down on November 4 for burgers with Prime Minister Shinzo Abe at Kasumigaseki Country Club in Saitama Prefecture. His choice of the $10 Colby Jack cheeseburger cooked well-done inspired a wave of diners copying his order in Tokyo.

One of Munch's Burger Shack's locations quickly sold out by 2:30pm on Tuesday of the burger America's commander-in-chief ordered, which he reportedly called "very good."

Social media did not let the president's choice go without comment, many tweeters criticizing Trump's opting for traditional American fare when he had the opportunity to participate in the finest sushi in the world.


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