On her way to Iowa this week, Hillary Clinton was spotted in a Chipotle, but she's far from the only political figure who likes fast food. There's a thin line between White House and White Castle.
Here, presidential hopeful Hillary Clinton is captured on security cam footage, ordering incognito at a Chipotle in Ohio. Not to miss out on the guac, Clinton aide Huma Abedin is also present for the campaign stop.
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US-Russian relations can be Hell (Burger)
Back before Russian presidents raised hell for President Obama, they went to Hell Burger with him.
Here, President Obama visits a Ray's Hell Burger in Arlington, VA with then-Russian President Dmitry Medvedev on June 24, 2010. Obama and Medvedev dodged the formality of a US-Russia summit that day, slipping out of the White House to visit one of the U.S. leader's favorite burger joints instead.
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Mitt at McD's
While campaigning as the Republican presidential nominee, Mitt Romney hands out McDonald's french fries to the media aboard his campaign plane, October, 2012.
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From the House to the Shack
U.S. President Barack Obama and Vice President Joe Biden dine at a D.C. Shake Shack on May 16, 2014 to highlight the Obama's plan to increase investment in infrastructure.
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Romney and Ryan at Wendy's
2012 Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney and running mate Paul Ryan peruse the menu at a Wendy's fast food restaurant in Richmond Heights, Ohio on November 6, 2012... because the only thing more loaded than a moderator's question is a Wendy's baked potato.
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Running for President
In February of 2000, presidential hopeful John McCain (R) was photographed ordering breakfast at a Hardee's fast food restaurant with his wife Cindy on the way to a town meeting in South Carolina.
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Bill Clinton passes the torch
President Bill Clinton and First Lady Hillary Clinton are spotted leaving a McDonald's minutes after the president symbolically passed the torch of the Democratic Party to Vice President Al Gore in Monore, Michigan, August 15, 2000.
Clinton said of his stop at the fast food establishment, "it was a regular thing of mine when I was a private citizen, so maybe I'll do it some more now. I just couldn't resist."
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President Bush chows down on nachos
George W. and Laura Bush were spotted at the La Simpatia Mexican restaurant in Guadalupe, California on August 9, 2000 while on a campaign trip.
Bush may have been out of town, but that didn't stop him from going to town on the nachos.
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A Democratic ticket to Wendy's
A snapshot from July 30, 2004: Democratic vice presidential candidate U.S. Sen. John Edwards (D-NC), his wife Elizabeth Edwards, Teresa Heinz Kerry and, her husband, democratic presidential candidate U.S. Sen. John Kerry (D-MA) grab lunch at a New York Wendy's fast food restaurant for the Edwards' traditional 27th wedding anniversary lunch during the "Believe in America" bus and train tour.
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Clinton and Gore run into McD's
A snapshot from July 10, 1992: Then-Senator Al Gore and presidential candidate Bill Clinton grabbing drinks at a fast-food restaurant in Little Rock, Arkansas during a jog.
What are a few extra calories when you're already jogging?
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All roads lead to fast food
In November of 1992, President Bill Clinton was once again spotted at a fast food joint; this time talking with a customer after jogging there at dawn.
Clinton was scheduled to meet with Democratic leadership later that morning for breakfast, and leaders of both parties for lunch. Hopefully he still had room.