"It’s the perfect weight, tuna fish, they could really rip it, right, and that hits you," the president said.
The chef, who sells a line of Puerto Rican pantry foods, sounds off on Goya's recent support of President Trump.
The White House adviser violated ethics rules by endorsing a private company, said Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in Washington.
"The Tonight Show" host spiced up his zingers for the president.
Both pics may violate federal regulations that forbid government employees to use their positions, titles or authority to endorse products.
The CNN commentator also asserts that the first daughter has "broken a law" with the promo.
The president's daughter may have violated federal code with the product plug.
The latest news is just another reason we probably should give up Goya and find healthier adobo and sazón alternatives.
“We’re with the president. We’re with this country," Robert Unanue said.
Calls to boycott Goya Foods grow after its CEO praised President Donald Trump.