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Joey Vento Matt Rourke/AP Photo

FILE - In this Dec. 14, 2007 file photo, Joey Vento, owner of Geno's Steaks in Philadelphia, displays a sign during a recess of a Commission on Human Relations hearing in Philadelphia. The owner of the landmark south Philadelphia cheesesteak stand who once told customers to order in English died Tuesday, Aug. 23, 2011. He was 71.

September 22, 2016

Donald Trump gets a cheesesteak at the place you knew he'd get a cheesesteak

The Republican spent cash at Geno's Steaks, home of the 'Speak English' sign controversy

Donald Trump stopped at Geno’s Steaks on Thursday afternoon to grab some cheesesteaks before heading out to Chester Township, Delaware County for a rally.

Geno’s Steaks, as you remember, is the place at the epicenter of all that “This is AMERICA. When ordering, speak English” sign controversy back in the late Joey Vento’s day. 

The late Vento would’ve been a fan of Trump’s immigration stance, too! They would have gotten along famously.

Anyway, this is the point in the post where I could point out that Trump's skin is a “Cheez Whiz” hue. But that would be tacky, so I won’t, especially because he seemed kinda chill in the video seen in a tweet below.

Instead, let’s just look at pictures of the Republican presidential candidate outside the landmark cheesesteak place that doesn’t hold a candle to Dalessandro’s.




At least he didn't pull a Kerry, I guess.