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Trump, Obama joins the world in mourning the loss of Anthony Bordain

It is a rare occasion to find former US president Barack Obama and the current US president Donald Trump agreeing on something, but the death of renowned chef and journalist Anthony Bourdain found the two sharing similar thoughts.

According to CNN, Trump extended his condolences to Bourdain’s family and said he enjoyed his show. He also described the chef as “quite a character.”

It can be recalled that the outspoken Bourdain was not a fan of Trump and publicly expressed his dissatisfaction over the way the tycoon turned politician was running the country.

On the flipside, Bourdain and former president Obama were known to share some unique food trips when the former took the latter in Vietnam where the rock stars of the food industry and the political world hung out at a local bar drinking cheap beer and enjoying authentic local cuisine.

Bourdain’s best friend and chef Eric Ricpert, shared his thoughts about their friendship and how the chef connected the world through his stories.

Many of his fans shared their admiration for Bourdain, who, through his shows, not only shone the spotlight on local food but the conditions of the people who are suffering from injustice.

Astronaut Scott Kelly said that even when he was literally in space, watching Bourdain’s show would bring him back to Earth to experience his adventures.

One thing’s for sure, Anthony Bourdain’s talent for storytelling and his passion for food made him a gamechanger not only in the food industry but in society in general. He made people care and he made them listen to his stories in the same way he listened to his subject’s stories. His legacy is a precious gift that will be remembered by all. You will be missed, sir. (ANGEL ONG)


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