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Trump Campaign Keeps Offering Meals With Trump as a Contest Prize But There's No Evidence Anyone Has Ever Won

President Donald Trump speaks to the media after signing a bill in the Oval Office at the White House on July 1, 2019 in Washington, DC. (Photo by Mark Wilson/Getty Images)

Presidential candidates routinely use the promise of spending one on one time with their supporters as a way of generating funds. Whether it's having a beer with Elizabeth Warren or pizza with Pete Buttigieg, the move encourages supporters to donate to a campaign, and it doesn't hurt for candidates to be pictured with a gleeful supporter in an intimate setting.

So why hasn't President Donald Trump publicized the winners of the 15 contests his campaign has launched promising a meal with him?

That's the question Judd Legum of Popular Information sought to answer.

Legum found no evidence that winners of the contests were ever actually chosen.

People weren't exactly surprised that Trump would exploit the idolatrous level of support from many of his followers in order to gather information and raise more money for his reelection campaign.

Perhaps Trump will serve an eventual winner a fast food smorgasbord at the White House.