Trump Welcomes NDSU Football Team With Fast Food Spread

Back in January, President Donald Trump served the national champion Clemson Tigers football team an array of lukewarm fast food.

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Earlier this year, the President personally paid for a fast food spread for the Clemson University football team, citing the government shutdown as justification for a feast he described at the time as "great American food".

Backing off the success of the meal, President Trump chose to repeat himself when the FCS champion North Dakota State University football team came by for their visit. Big Macs and Chick-Fil-A. Quarterback Easton Stick threw five touchdown passes, including two to Darrius Shepherd, who was named Most Outstanding Player with five catches and 125 yards.

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

"We could've had chefs, we could have, but we had fast food - because I know you people", President Donald Trump said to laughter.

"Somebody better draft him, he's going to be a rich guy", Trump added. "Lots of hamburgers, lots of pizza". The White House blamed the government shutdown's effect on the kitchen staff (while still forgoing a catered meal from a legitimate restaurant) for the unusual food choice.

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.

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