This Jacked Monster Of A White House Chef Will Make Sure Trump Gets Enough Protein
Meet White House Chef Andre Rush: An absolutely buff maniac who you might confuse for a refrigerator in the kitchen.
A photo circulated of the hunk thanks to The Wall Street Journal’s Vivian Salama, who shared Rush with two of his colleagues preparing President Donald Trump’s Ramadan dinner Wendesday.
Check out this beefcake below:
Chefs outside the West Wing prepping for tonight’s White House iftar. President Trump will host 30-40 guests to celebrate the Muslim holy month of Ramadan. pic.twitter.com/0uzr6A1uKw
— Vivian Salama (@vmsalama) June 6, 2018
Rush has also found time outside of the gym to proudly serve his country. According to his LinkedIn page, Rush also works as an advisor to the superintendent of the United States Military Academy at West Point. (RELATED: Trump, Sylvester Stallone Spar At The White House)
“Being in the military, I lead by example and install the same values to those I have trained,” his page says.
Rush is a retired Army master sergeant chef and has worked for various presidents for over 21 years, according to his profile on Voice America. He is also a master chef “trained in classical plating, baking/ cake decoration, and a master ice carver.”
Rush isn’t just all brawn either — he’s got brains, too. His LinkedIn page says he has a number of degrees, including an associates from Stratford University, a bachelor of business administration from Trident University International and also just completed in MBA in project management.