A few years ago, the U.S. presidential candidates were already struggling to maintain their weight.

But Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton each gained more than 500 pounds in less than three weeks.

The results, which were released Wednesday, were part of the presidential candidates’ official “Health and Fitness Week” on Twitter.

It was a record-setting week for both candidates, and the news comes as a new report shows Americans’ waistlines are still rising.

The new report from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) found that adults aged 18 to 34, or people who have never smoked, had a waistline that was almost twice the average of men and women, and about a third of adults were obese.

It also showed that adults over age 40 had a larger waistline than people aged 18-24.

The CDC also found that the obesity rate among those 65 and older had risen to 10.3 percent, the highest rate in the U, up from 9.8 percent in 2009.

But the new findings come as Trump and Clinton are fighting for the White House, and as President Obama has faced criticism over his handling of the pandemic.

In fact, a new Gallup poll shows Trump is losing ground to Clinton in key swing states like Pennsylvania and Wisconsin.

And in Iowa, which is critical to the two campaigns, the poll showed Clinton with a double-digit lead over Trump.