Fast food served again at White House sports event with Trump


Many jokes were made in January when Clemson visited the White House to celebrate its national championship victory over Alabama, only to show up to a dinner of various (and likely room temperature) fast food items provided by President Donald Trump.

"I know you people", Trump told the Bison while referring to Clemson's visit, getting laughter from more than 150 NDSU players and staff. 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. Trump saw something he liked in the National Football League prospect, saying that Stick has "the look, too" and comparing him to New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady.

To add further insult, according to Hernandez, Trump also served McDonald's French fries by the cup (why?), yet failed to order Chick-fil-A's far-superior waffle fries.

"Somebody better draft him", he said of Stick.

North Dakota State, a Division I university, basically plays one level below Clemson University, which competes for the NCAA's Football Bowl Series (FBS) championship. "He's going to be a rich guy", the president said.

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Entz was named the team's coach in December, moving up from defensive coordinator when Chris Klieman was named head coach at Kansas State.

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"We addressed [politics]", Entz told The Herald. "It's probably watching our players as they experience something that some of them probably have never been a part of before".

President Donald Trump is again feting football champions with burgers and fries.