Kevin McKay, 50, who labored as a safety guard for Mr Trump for 5 years till he was fired in 2012, informed the Day by day Mail that the previous president was not a person of his phrase. Mr McKay defined that he purchased the meals for Mr Trump again in 2008 when he visited a web site that may later grow to be the Trump Worldwide golf course in Scotland.
“He nonetheless owes me cash for McDonald’s,” stated Mr McKay, “He informed me he would pay me again, however he by no means did.
“For a lot of the time I used to be working for him, I saved pondering he would say, ‘Kevin, this is that cash I owe you,’ but it surely did not occur.
“I assumed he was an okay man once I first began working for him however I assume that as we’ve all come to see, he’s not a person of his phrase.”
Mr McKay was recruited for the safety job as he has earlier expertise guarding celebrities similar to Britney Spears.
Mr McKay stated the occasion occurred when Mr Trump and a cohort of autos had been driving to Aberdeen airport and the previous president demanded some McDonald’s for the flight again to New York.
He stated: “We had been in a convoy of six blacked out Vary Rovers with about 15 males in fits inside, so there will need to have been some shocked expressions as we pulled up within the carpark.”
Mr Trump requested Kevin to pay for the meals as he didn’t have any UK foreign money, so requested him if he may “entrance him the money.”
Mr McKay took everybody’s order which totalled “about 20 cheeseburgers and fries with round 10 or 15 Coca Colas.”
He added: “I by no means heard about it once more after that. I ought to have requested him for the cash however I brushed it beneath the carpet on the time.”
Mr Trump has a infamous love for the quick meals chain as in keeping with ‘Fireplace and Fury’ by Michael Wolff, which documented Mr Trump’s behaviour within the White Home, he ate McDonald’s to keep away from being poisoned.