Donald Trump stocks White House kitchen with Lay's potato chips

After President Donald Trump took the oath of office on January 20, everyone began wondering what he'd do in his first 100 days -- and how he'd put personal touches on the People's House.

First off, when photos of Trump signing an executive order in the Oval Office surfaced, everyone noticed that the curtains hanging behind him were gold (as suspected).

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ABC also reported that the president brought Winston Churchill's bust back to the White House (after President Obama had replaced it with one of Martin Luther King, Jr. during his presidency). Trump hasn't done away with the MLK bust, though (scroll through the gallery below to see advisor Kellyanne Conway standing next to it).

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Furthermore, the rug Obama had selected (with quotes from MLK and former presidents) was replaced with a gold one Laura Bush had designed during her husband's presidency.

Onto the food, though (priorities, people).

According to the New York Times, Trump has decided to stock his kitchen with Lay's potato chips (which isn't a huge surprise, since it was his snack of choice on his private plane, as well).

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Though Obama has since set the record straight, he was known to munch on almonds (seven, give or take a few) throughout his presidency.

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