Trump celebrates North Dakota State football champs with fast food

Ruben Hill
March 6, 2019

Despite facing mockery after serving fast food to the Clemson Tigers in January, President Donald Trump greeted another team of champion athletes with McDonald's Big Macs and Chick-fil-A sandwiches at an event Monday.

In the above and below pictures, you can see the President speaking to the team while they enjoy some libations from fast food joints such as McDonald's and Chick-Fil-A.

Mr. Trump praised him, saying he's "got the look", like Tom Brady. North Dakota State quarterback Easton Stick made his way back from the recent NFL Combine to present President Trump with a Bisons #45 jersey.

- David Nakamura (@DavidNakamura) March 4, 2019The Bison schedule had them eating lunch during a tour of the Capitol later and some news reports said they did not expect food at White House.

"We addressed [politics]", Coach Matt Entz told the Grand Forks Herald.

Trump celebrates North Dakota State football champs with fast food
Trump celebrates North Dakota State football champs with fast food

Trump, after shaking hands with some players, cracked that he was briefed on the proper pronunciation of the North Dakota State "Bison". John Hoeven (R). Klieman did not make the trip.

Addressing how he had offered up a similar meal to the Tigers during their visit in January, which occurred during the government shutdown, Trump remarked, "We like American companies".

The Bison reportedly approached the trip as a team bonding experience. You'll never guess what was on the menu for the players to eat. "So I think we're going to have a little fun".

North Dakota State won the championship in the FCS; the FBS is the highest level of play for the largest schools, with the FCS next.

Other reports by Click Lancashire

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