What President Trump Is Feeding The North Dakota State Football Team Today

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

Another national championship college football team visited the White House.

While some Clemson players stayed home from the White House trip in protest of Trump's policies, all of the Bison players attended, coach Matt Entz said.

President Donald Trump served another fast-food feast in the State Dining Room on Monday when honoring the championship football players from North Dakota State - just as he had with the national champion Clemson Tigers.

Trump says he could have offered the players chef-prepared food, but, "I know you people".

At the time of the Clemson event, White House press secretary Sarah Sanders attributed the decision to serve fast food, at least in part, to the fact that the White House catering staff had been furloughed without pay. President Trump is once again serving fast food, though there's been an upgrade.

It was their second championship in a row and seventh in eight years in the division that used to be known as "Division I-AA".

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Backing off the success of the meal, President Trump made a decision to repeat himself when the FCS champion North Dakota State University football team came by for their visit.

Noting the fast-food spread, Trump told the football players, "We like American companies, OK?"

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

Trump excited accepted a Bison jersey with his name and the number 45.

Another college football team is visiting the White House today.

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