Trump celebrates North Dakota State football champs with fast food

Trump is greeting football players at the White House with fast food — again

Trump is greeting football players at the White House with fast food — again

President Donald Trump and Vice President Mike Pence met the FCS Football Champions, the North Dakota State Bison, Monday afternoon in Washington D.C.

ASSOCIATED PRESS Trump presents a fast-food east to the Bison football team, which was celebrating its seventh Football Championship Subdivision win.

We've been through this before, but football players don't get to be elite athletes or large humans by eating fast food.

"I know you people", Trump said to laughter, noting the Clemson precedent and adding, "We like American companies".

"We sold it as a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity that we're taking", Entz said before the trip.

Looking back on the Clemson Tigers visit Trump served the team McDonald's, Wendy's, Pizza and Burger King.

The boxes consisted of Big Macs from McDonald's and Chick-Fil-A food, according to pool reporter Laura Figueroa.

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The tradition of championship sports teams visiting the White House appears to have a new wrinkle.

President Donald Trump welcomes 2018 NCAA FCS College Football Champions, The North Dakota State Bison, to the White House in Washington, Monday.

"Somebody better draft him, he's going to be a rich guy", Trump said of Stick.

Trump, after shaking hands with some players, cracked that he was briefed on the proper pronunciation of the North Dakota State "Bison".

The president is a noted fan of unhealthy comfort food, defying doctors' orders to lose weight and also boasting about how little exercise he does.

Despite the food, championship ceremonies went on as planned at the White House.

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