'What you eat, you become': Chef José Andrés reveals what he'd cook for Trump

'What you eat, you become': Chef José Andrés reveals what he'd cook for Trump
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Celebrity chef José Andrés on Tuesday said he'd serve small dishes of faith, immigrants, inclusion and democracy if he were tasked with creating a menu for President TrumpDonald John TrumpGraham: America must 'accept the pain that comes in standing up to China' Weld 'thrilled' more Republicans are challenging Trump New data challenges Trump's economic narrative MORE, saying that "what you eat, you become."

"For Mr. President I would do happily a long small dishes menu with big quantities of love , respect, enlightenment, faith, immigrants, inclusion,democracy, veterans, dreamers, women’s rights, humility, equality, hope," Andrés said on Twitter after being asked by a user what he'd place on a menu for the president. "What you eat,you become....."



The tweet from Andrés , a frequent Trump critic, came just a day after he criticized the French dinner menu that accompanied the State Banquet that President Trump attended at the Imperial Palace in Tokyo.

"How sad that Japan’s State Dinner has a French out of place menu Instead of a traditional Japanese Imperial menu," Andrés tweeted. 

Andrés, a native of Spain who owns a number of restaurants throughout the U.S., has frequently criticized Trump over things such as the White House's immigration policies. The celebrity chef wore a T-shirt bearing the words “Immigrants Feed America" to Trump's State of the Union address in February as a guest of Speaker Nancy PelosiNancy Pelosi11 Essential reads you missed this week Pelosi asks Democrats for 'leverage' on impeachment Is there internet life after thirty? MORE (D-Calif.). 


In January, Andrés urged Trump to visit migrant shelters near the southern border in order to gain a better understand what's taking place. 

"I will say again to @realDonaldTrump visit the shelters in Tijuana and you will talk to the people and see they are not the enemy of America," Andrés tweeted. "They are mothers and fathers trying to feed their children. We don’t have a National Emergency."