More fast food at the White House

More fast food at the White House

More fast food at the White House

The White House on Monday dished up heaping platters of fast-food burgers, chicken, fries and pizza for the North Dakota State Bisons football team in honor of their winning a record seventh Football Championship Subdivision National Championship.

Trump previously brought in fast food during the government shutdown for the Clemson Tigers.

Fast food spread at the White House for North Dakota State University Football Team.

This time, however, he included Chick-fil-A, with his order of Big Macs, delighting supporters of the president who also enjoy the food from the Southern-based fast-food company with Christian principles. While they didn't expect there to be any food, Trump made sure the players were treated to some burgers and fries.

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

"Somebody better draft him, he's going to be a rich guy", Trump said of Stick. The White House blamed the government shutdown's effect on the kitchen staff (while still forgoing a catered meal from a legitimate restaurant) for the unusual food choice.

Trump excited accepted a Bison jersey with his name and the number 45.

"I know you people", the president remarked, drawing laughs from the NDSU players, per a pool report. "If it's American, I like it", he said.

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