Packed full of bologna, topped and bottomed by run-of-the-mill white bread, walled off with Mexican chips, and served with a side of Russian dressing and a (little) pickle, it doesn't take a genius to read into the dig here.
"I'm certainly not a fan of his. He's dangerous. He has a thin skin. He's all fluff, no substance," Lawrence Lavender, owner of the sandwich shop and the man who put it all together, told CBC News.