Donald Trump Treats North Dakota State Football To Fast Food Feast

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

Donald Trump Treats North Dakota State Football To Fast Food Feast

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.

The President is a known fan of fast food as well.

"When you play with passion and love ... and relentlessly reach for excellence, nothing is impossible", President Trump said. The President also told Fox News that they like american companies. While they didn't expect there to be any food, Trump made sure the players were treated to some burgers and fries.

The fast food spread is a similar buffet the president served the Clemson University football players in January, in which Trump served pyramids of Big Macs and other assorted items from hamburger franchises like Wendy's and Burger King.

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

U.S. President Donald Trump welcomes athletes to the White House. John Hoeven and Kevin Cramer and Rep. Kelly Armstrong - joined the festivities along with North Dakota first lady Kathryn Helgaas Burgum and state Attorney General Wayne Stenehjem.

They're the latest championship team to visit Trump at the White House for a fast-food chow-down.

"Somebody better draft him", he said of Stick.

Players reportedly laughed at the president's remark, which was a clear reference to his celebration with the Clemson Tigers in January.

"We addressed [politics]", Entz told The Herald.

How would you like to chow down on a fast food feast at the White House?

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