Donald Trump Treats North Dakota State Football To Fast Food Feast

North Dakota State’s Bison will graze on fast food as Clemson did during their White House visit

North Dakota State’s Bison will graze on fast food as Clemson did during their White House visit

As Newsday White House correspondent Laura Figueroa Hernandez points out, Trump honored the North Dakota State University football team today, winners of the NCAA Division I Football Championship Game, by serving them McDonald's and Chick-fil-A.

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President Trump served a similar spread that included hundreds of hamburgers to Clemson's players in January.

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

The grub came from Chick-fil-A, McDonald's and Domino's, and team members were lauded by the president before they dug in. 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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North Dakota State, the FCS national champion, is in D.C.to celebrate its national championship.

During the visit, Stick also presented Trump, the 45th President of the United States, with a custom "45" jersey.

Turns out, Clemson isn't the only team to get the fast food treatment at the White House. At the time, Trump said he personally splurged on the eats because the White House kitchen was closed due to the government shutdown.

Later, Trump - who has claimed in the past to be a big fan of fast food himself - told the Clemson team that he had bought "1,000" food items, Time reported. "I know you people very well".

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