Donald Trump Treats North Dakota State Football To Fast Food Feast

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At the time of the Clemson event, White House press secretary Sarah Sanders attributed the decision to serve fast food, at least in part, to the fact that the White House catering staff had been furloughed without pay.

North Dakota State closed out the 2018 season with a 15-0 record.

North Dakota State's Bison players were in Washington celebrating the team's seventh Football Championship Subdivision win in eight years. 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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They're the latest championship team to visit Trump at the White House for a fast-food chow-down.

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

President Donald Trump is again feting college football champions with burgers and fries. Trump said of his choice of food offerings.

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The Bison, who had been scheduled to eat lunch during a Monday afternoon visit to the Capitol, were expected to bring a full contingent of players during their Washington visit.

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

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

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The Bison reportedly approached the trip as a team bonding experience. "We have Big Macs, we have Quarter Pounders with cheese, we have everything that I like, that you like", he said.

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