Trump serves fast food to North Dakota State football championship team


However, this time he added fan-favorite Chick-fil-A to the mix, with a selection of what appeared to be chicken sandwiches, chicken nuggets and the fast-food chain's signature sauces.

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

Not to be outdone by the Clemson Tigers, who won college football's top-tier championship, the Bison were greeted in the State Dining Room by piles of french fries, Chick-fil-A sandwiches and Big Macs after their trophy-winning victory over Eastern Washington on January 5.

President Donald Trump received a No. 45 North Dakota State jersey.

President Donald Trump welcomed the North Dakota State Bison football players to the White House Monday with a now-familiar spread of fast food. They were probably happy to get to eat a little earlier than expected.

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

Trump, clearly unperturbed by the media's coverage of the Clemson visit, opted to bring out fast food again Monday for the NDSU players, who recently won the Football Championship Subdivision title. "We have Big Macs, we have Quarter Pounders with cheese, we have everything that I like, that you like", he said.

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

"He invited us in groups of 20 into the Oval Office for more photo opportunities, and from what I heard from the staff, that doesn't happen very often", Kennelly said.