Trump Serves Fast-Food Feast To Athletes To Celebrate Championship Again

Trump Serves Fast-Food Feast To Athletes To Celebrate Championship Again

As Newsday White House correspondent Laura Figueroa Hernandez points out, Trump honored the North Dakota State University football team today, winners of the NCAA Division I Football Championship Game, by serving them McDonald's and Chick-fil-A.

Senators John Hoeven and Kevin Cramer also joined the team. The team, expressing gratitude to Trump for hosting them, presented him with his own green and yellow Bison jersey, featuring the president's name and the number 45 on its back. As noted by the Washington Post, despite all of the fast food offerings, the team did go on to have lunch at the Capitol.

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You may remember that Trump hosted Clemson in January at the White House to celebrate the Tigers' 44-16 national championship win over Alabama.

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President Donald Trump is keeping his visits with college athletes consistent.

Trump told the football team he could have had White House chefs prepare a meal, but "I know you people very well".

While some Clemson players stayed home from the White House trip in protest of Trump's policies, all of the Bison players attended, coach Matt Entz said.

Noting the fast-food spread, Trump told the football players, "We like American companies, OK?" Clemson quarterback Trevor Lawrence lauded the move and said that he loved the spread Trump put on to welcome the team to the White House.

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