Obama orders the sinful 'Death by Chocolate' cake for Halloween

Obama orders the sinful 'Death by Chocolate' cake for Halloween

On the eve of Halloween, US President Barack Obama ordered a sinister "Death by Chocolate" cake from Gregg's Restaurant and Pub in Providence, Rhode Island.

ABC News reported that the President met the restaurant's owner, Bob Bacon, and after that he headed straight to the sweets corner. There he ordered the chocolate-layer and said that this cake is deadly and devilish so for Halloween, this is the kind of sin that people would want to commit.

Obama said, "The word is that the chocolate-layer cake here is deadly and it's devilish, and so for Halloween, this is the kind of sin that we want to commit".

It is said that Obama would share the 20-pound cake with the crew on Air Force One.

After he was done ordering the cake, he made a side order of a less-devilish treat which was perhaps more deadly entree: a burger, medium well, with the works and fries.

One of the servers joked and said to the President that his wife was not going to be happy about the order, to which the President replied that she doesn't have to tell her.

It is expected that the Halloween fun will continue on Friday evening as the President and first lady will host pint-sized goblins, superheroes and princesses at the White House.

The local school kids and children of military families will be the trick-or-treaters and they will be rewarded with candy and some of the healthy snacks that are approved by the first lady.

It is said that Obama shared the massive chocolate cake under a negotiated deal with the press aboard AF1. The deal was to offer a cake in exchange for letting Press Secretary Josh Earnest skip the planned gaggle.

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