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Of all the 5,500 words in The New Yorker’s recent exploration into the GOP’s struggle to accept Donald Trump, two sentences stand out as particularly devastating. Specifically, the sentences in which we learn the true depths of Chris Christie’s new living hell as an unpaid McDonald’s delivery intern for Mr. Donald Trump.

In an effort to contrast Paul Ryan’s own hesitancy in supporting Trump, The New Yorker offers the following aside:

Governor Chris Christie, of New Jersey, another of Trump’s opponents early in the campaign, has transformed himself into a sort of manservant, who is constantly with Trump at events. (One Republican told me that a friend of his on the Trump campaign used Snapchat to send him a video of Christie fetching Trump’s McDonald’s order.)

Either Donald Trump has some genuinely monstrous intel on him, or Chris Christie really is just glad to get his foot in the door with some valuable, on-the-job experience. Either way, I’m sorry you had to start your day like this.

And as always, if anyone out there has the video of Chris Christie fetching his beloved mentor’s McDonald’s meal, please for the love of god, let us know.