Trump invites another college team for a fast-food feast

Trump is greeting football players at the White House with fast food — again

Trump Serves Chick-Fil-A Sandwiches And Big Macs To North Dakota State Football Players

Back in January, President Donald Trump served the national champion Clemson Tigers football team an array of lukewarm fast food. "If it's American, I like it", he said.

The grub came from Chick-fil-A, McDonald's and Domino's, and team members were lauded by the president before they dug in.

The overall spread looks similar to the one served to Clemson's team in January.

Now that the President seems to be in his fast food groove, we don't imagine him stopping anytime soon.

The visit occurred in the middle of a government shutdown over funding for Mr. Trump's border wall, so much of the White House catering staff was furloughed. "Not many people have the opportunity to be invited to the White House, so it was a surreal experience and I'm thankful to be part of it".

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North Dakota State, the FCS national champion, is in D.C.to celebrate its national championship.

Trump, clearly unperturbed by the media's coverage of the Clemson visit, opted to bring out fast food again Monday for the NDSU players, who recently won the Football Championship Subdivision title.

Trump told the North Dakota State players that he could have had the White House chef prepare food for them, but instead opted for a thematic repeat of the menu he offered Clemson during the partial government shutdown.

"We addressed it", Coach Matt Entz told the Grand Forks Herald, referring to politics.

"It was fantastic, it was something I won't ever forget", Kennelly said.

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