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Fake Trump State Dinner Menu Features Donkey Sauce, Paula Deen

And a Trump Vodka toast, of course

Donald Trump eating steak Stephen Lovekin/Getty Images

On January 20, 2017, President-elect Donald Trump will become President Donald Trump. That means it’s only a matter of time before the Republican hosts his first state dinner. What might be on the menu? Fast food? Maybe. Whatever comes out of the White House kitchen, it’s likely to be pretty bad. At least one person has an idea of what we can expect.

Heralded chefs Paula Deen and Guy Fieri are responsible for designing this hypothetical meal, which includes delicacies such as eight-year aged Trump Steak carpaccio, Beltway herb salad with donkey sauce, Savannah-style butter shooters, and Trump Tower taco bowls. The latter dish will be prepared by a few Trump Tower Grill employees who are not to be deported until the dinner is complete. Sir Ted Nugent is booked to provide live entertainment at The Barron Trump Bandshell, occupying the space that previously housed the White House Garden.

See the complete (satirical) menu below.

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