The latest round of vegetable roll sushi at a New York sushi restaurant is getting a lot of attention.
President Donald Trump weighed in on the controversy after he retweeted a photo of the menu and tweeted that he likes it, but that he doesn’t think the restaurant should be serving the dish.
Trump posted a photo to Twitter of his wife Melania and their three children, Ivanka, Eric and Tiffany, eating a roll of sushi at the Japanese restaurant.
He also said that if a judge or jury in the case found that he was defrauding his customers, he’d be “sadly sorry.”
“I like sushi.
If a judge orders me to stop serving sushi, I’m going to take a big bite of a roll,” Trump wrote.”
I can eat a sushi roll.
But I think I’d be sadly sorry if I lost the case.”
Trump has previously called the sushi roll controversy a “fraud.”
He tweeted Thursday morning that the restaurant had agreed to change its menu, which had been updated to include a “sushi roll” option, after he “finally” got around to tweeting.
The tweet came just a few hours after Trump told reporters that he would not apologize for the roll.
“We didn’t make it,” Trump said of the tweet.
“The problem is they didn’t get it.
We made it,” he added.”
When I see the roll, I think it looks a little bit fishy,” Trump added.
“I don’t think it’s fishy.
I don’t know what it is.
I think they’re just going to keep making it.””
The people that eat it are not happy with the sushi,” he said.
“But I’m not going to apologize for it.
The sushi roll, that’s not a bad thing.
I’m gonna take a bite.”
The New York Post reports that the menu had previously said that the roll was a “gaijin” roll and had no references to vegetables.