Donald Trump Treats North Dakota State Football To Fast Food Feast

Donald Trump Treats North Dakota State Football To Fast Food Feast

The North Dakota State Bison celebrated their NCAA FCS championship with a trip to the White House Monday, where they were served Big Macs from McDonald's and sandwiches from Chick-fil-A - a fast food joint with deep Christian roots.

President Donald Trump speaks behind stacks of McDonald's hamburgers, Chick-fil-A sandwiches and other fast food as he welcomes athletes to the White House.

Trump in January rolled out a similar fast-food buffet to the national champion Clemson Tigers football team.

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

North Dakota State's Bison players were in Washington celebrating the team's seventh Football Championship Subdivision win in eight years.

Praising the player, Trump said he had "the look" of New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady, who has a well-documented friendship with the president.


Apparently the North Dakota Bison's appreciated the experience as well. "We like American companies". They, too, were served junk food, which Trump claimed to have paid for personally.

"We addressed [politics]", Entz told The Herald.

The Bison reportedly approached the trip as a team bonding experience.

Despite the food, championship ceremonies went on as planned at the White House.

The president remarked that the quarterback would be a valuable asset to an National Football League team, and even compared him to New England Patriots legendary quarterback Tom Brady.

"Somebody better draft him, he's going to be a rich guy", Trump added.

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